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Yellow Roses for Touch Up Tuesday

yellow rose

My Dad brought me some lovely yellow roses for Christmas.  They were a welcome addition to the dining table.   This photo is SOOC.

yellow rose oil painting

I edited the photo in  Photoshop Elements  using a blending of soft light and then adding a texture from Shadowhouse Creations called Oil painting 1 and then using a blending of overlay at opacity 77%.  

Thanks to Chelsey at Paper Heart Camera for hosting TouchUp Tuesday.    Have a great day.   Valerie

Comments

Anonymous said…
Gorgeous photo. Great touch up.
Lori E said…
I especially love yellow roses. Mine has much rounder edged petals. Yours is pointy. Very interesting. Do they smell divine?
Sheri said…
Very pretty, love the oil painting filter on it.
Ashley Sisk said…
Those look beautiful. I love the oil painting textures.
Joni said…
i like them both. even the before shot!
Hi Val
Looks pretty after your oil painting-like touch up.
Also congrats on your son's engagement!
Hope Santa was good to you.
Judith
Michelle said…
What a great way to remember a special gift! I love how the oil texture adds to the flower, and isn't distracting.
So pretty, love both before and after.
Kristy said…
great macro! yellow roses are my mother's favorite!
What a ray of sunshine that rose is! Beautiful. Thanks for sharing...

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