(Kim's just a touch 2, add mode, 30% opacity)
For Tuesday's Texture Tuesday photo challenge I got the idea to try shooting a still life of things
I'd typically find thrown haphazardly on my nightstand.
My nightstand, unfortunately, isn't made from planks of rough wood like the bottom of this crate
that I often use for my still life shots.
I also added a small watercolor that I painted to the shot,
which isn't something found normally laying on my nightstand.
Books, my glasses, my phone and my favorite bracelets are all items that collect on my nightstand,
(along with other miscellaneous things that aren't all that photogenic).
(Kim's touch of-1, lighten, 20% opacity)
(Kristy's sugar cookie texture, multiply mode, 50% opacity, then desaturated 40%)
(Kim's 2303 texture, multiply mode, 25% opacity)
(PicMonkey's time machine flo filter, 50%, Kim's waterfront-18 texture, lighten, 10% opacity)
I think the third and fourth photos are my favorite.
It was fun to style a shot that I was trying to make look spontaneous and random.