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Dream for Texture Tuesday

 

miniature-arrangement-purpl

Kim Klassen Cafe Texture Tuesday challenge is DREAM.   I used this photo of a miniature arrangement that was shown at a recent flower show.  I used Kim Klassen’s texture “dream” at a blending mode of multiply and 59% opacity.   I removed the texture on the flowers.   I duplicated the layer and used the blending mode of colour burn at 46% opacity and removed the texture from the flowers.  I used an action by Pure Photoshop Actions called Pure Pink Lemonade. The text is  a font called Angelic War Gratitude.

 

Please join us for Texture Tuesday at Kim Klassen Cafe.   Valerie

Comments

Marydon said…
Absolutely AWESOME, Valerie.
Have a wonderful week ~
TTFN ~
Marydon
shirley said…
It looks like a dream. I like the polaroid look, too.
Ashley Sisk said…
Ooooh that looks quite lovely.
Emily said…
What a beautiful photograph. I would love to learn to add texture and layers to photos. You've shared a beautiful example. Hope you have a great week.

~Emily
The French Hutch
Pondside said…
I'd buy that card - if it were a card!
erkarts said…
This is so pretty. It looks like a greeting card!
Mary said…
I would love to have a canvas of that on the wall~ Beautiful!!
Pat said…
Very nice. I like all the textures you used here!
deb duty said…
This is so pretty! I love the font you added. This turned out really nice.
Sylvia said…
Thanks for your nice comment, Valerie !
What a lovely photo, pretty bouquet and beautifully texturized !
Nice week,
Sylvia
Barb said…
Really pretty!
Sheila said…
Thanks for visiting my blog again Valerie. I love this altered image and am impressed by the technical changes you have made. It's something I'd like to pursue.
helena said…
lovely ethereal look
lisa said…
What beautiful work you did on this. Gorgeous color and tones.
Genie said…
This is a magical and romantic picture. Your processing recipe turned out perfectly. I know you must be really happy with your end product. Give yourself a pat on the back. Genie
Linda Makiej said…
Beautiful work here!!
Deanna said…
Really lovely!!
Sandra said…
OH MY! Absolutely amazing! The purple colors of the flower are so pretty!

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