Monday, May 26, 2014

Roses, roses, roses...


(edited with one layer of Kim's 0603 texture, soft light mode, 20% opacity)

(edited with one layer of Kim's 1412 texture, multiply mode, 50% opacity-texture erased from the rose)

(edited with one layer of Kim's cherish texture, soft light mode, 30% opacity)

(no texture)

still following,

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27 comments:

  1. So pretty, love the processing!

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  2. I love that you have shown your still life with several different textures and edits. It's always so hard for me to decide which version I like best from my own photos. After awhile, they all start to look the same! I love them all - but my favorite is the one without texture, so beautifully composed and softly blurred and very vintage.

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    1. The one without texture is my favorite as well! It's the angle I suppose.

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  3. I like the vividness of the roses in the second, nice contrast to the softness of the picture. Thank you for stopping by! Now I need to check out your recipes!

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    1. Thanks, Jenny! Let me know if you try any of the recipes.

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  4. Such lovely images, Elizabeth!

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  5. Beautiful photos... I like the bottle you chose for a vase!

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    1. I found the bottle at an antique store near my house! :)

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  6. You do still life so beautifully, Elizabeth! I just don't have the knack... but I keep trying :)

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    1. Thanks, June! I appreciate your encouragement!

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  7. Beautifully done. Love the Baby Ben clock.

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    1. Thanks, Earl. That's a wonderful compliment from a pro like you!

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  8. Lovely still life, and I love seeing the varied shots and textures!

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    1. Thanks, Jill! I think photo editing is sort of relaxing.

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  9. Beautiful still life photos. The roses are wonderful.

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  10. I wish you could teach me some of your skills. Love your art and beauty.

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  11. Lovin' texture Tuesday! (On Thursday!)

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