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Spring Daffodils

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My yellow daffodils in the garden are the subject of my textured photo today.  I first used a high pass filter and then desaturated the photo. I added two layers of Kim Klassen’s “believe” texture with one layer being multiply and one softlight and then added Kim’s “trust” texture with a blending mode of softlight.   The vertical text was next and then a drop shadow frame.    I hope that you like what I did with this picture.
I will be joining Kim Klassen Cafe for Texture Tuesday and Paper Heart Camera for Touch Up Tuesday.   Valerie
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Comments

Georgianna said…
You really gave this a wonderful vintage feeling, Val. You're getting so good! – g
Buckeroomama said…
The texture went well with the flowers.
Linda Makiej said…
Lovely texture work!!
Henrietta said…
Beautiful, I'm waiting my white daffodils to come up:)
AJ said…
Beautiful edit!
Karen said…
Val, you are so talented, great work with this photo!
Loving these texture posts today! I really want to learn this technique. :))
Cedar said…
Thanks for sharing your recipe! Very nice texture work!
Evelyn S. said…
Yes...I like what you did with the photo and textures!
Val said…
Love the image Valerie and the textures work beautifully. Thanks so much for sharing the recipe!!
Lynne said…
How wonderful to be a master gardener! To have such a wealth of materials to photograph and texture! Beautiful work!
Marilyn said…
Really nice work. I like the drop shadow frame.
Julie@beingRUBY said…
How sweet your daffodils are.. Sadly we are moving into winter our way...

Have a lovely weekend.. ciao xxx Julie

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