Blooms On White | Blooms On Black

Out of curiosity…which background color do you prefer?

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Flowers by Bornay

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Bloom by Anuschka

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Winston Flowers

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Flowers by Bornay | Marssal Studio

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b floral

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Tic-Tock Couture Florals

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Taller Floral

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Flowers by Busy B

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David Brown Flowers

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The Arrangement Company

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Ovando

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A Day in Provence | Canary Grey Photography

5 thoughts on “Blooms On White | Blooms On Black

  1. Sandy

    In most cases, I prefer a white background. I like the brightness. There may be a situation when black is preferred such as when you have a mostly white design, but that would be about the only time.

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  2. Margaret

    I prefer the the graphic pop of flowers on a black background. That said, the first Bornay picture is one of my favorite images of their work.

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  3. sabine Darrall

    They both work, however the white background reminds me of magazine shots where the image has been shot in a light tent so in general I think the black works for me, it has more ‘depth’…

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