A book of unique and seductive botanical images, capturing the extraordinary geometrical structures of plant life. The core message of the book is bringing awareness to the vital role that plants play in sustaining life on this planet.
Each image is produced with a refined photographic lighting technique to suit each individual flower. The only digital modification is a slight adjustment to the brightness or contrast. All effects in the images are produced without any digital manipulation.
Man Cheung is an Australian/Hong Kong photographer. In the last two years he has been traveling the world photographing botanical life with his refined photographic techniques.
He is currently collaborating with Singapore’s Gardens by the Bay publishing a photographic book of floral content inside the two iconic flower domes for an upcoming publication. In 2015 he was a finalist in the prestigious Australia National Photographic Portrait Prize.
Man Cheung has worked in various community projects and workshops as a mentor for the Brisbane City Council, London City Council and the Olympic Legacy Committee. He has a double degree in the Bachelor of Photography in Photographic Arts Practices and Commercial Photography at Griffith University, Queensland College of Arts. He has freelanced as a photographer both in London and Australia.
Flower Thief is designed and produced in Brisbane, printed on 100% recycled paper using the latest technology to obtain all the fine floral details.
Publication Date: 01-Feb-2016
Publisher: Man Cheung