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It’s Pink for Texture Tuesday

 

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Kim’s challenge for Texture Tuesday was pink.   I planted a climber this year called America that is a lovely soft pink.   For this challenge I  used Kim’s dusty rose texture at a blend mode of soft light 100% opacity and then duplicated it with a blending mode of multiply at 20% opacity.   I removed the texture from the blossom.   I then added another of Kim’s textures called aurora at a blending mode of softlight.   I made an hue/saturation adjustment layer and desaturated the photo at –23.   I loved the soft look of it.    I might actually be getting the hang of this texturing.   

 

I will be joining Kim Klassen Cafe for Texture Tuesday.    Hope you are having a wonderful week.   Valerie

Comments

Pondside said…
I'd like to be a fairy or a lady bug and climb into the heart of the rose.
Ashley Sisk said…
I love the softness of this image.
deb duty said…
This is so so pretty. Love the polaroid frame too!
Karen said…
What a wonderful texture on this delicate pink rose. Lovely!
teresa said…
Lovely image and use of texture. (Seen over at TT)
Cathy Bueti said…
Beautiful work! Love the softness of it! And roses are my favorite! :)
Susan said…
Oh my...lovely indeed!

Hope your day is blessed!
You did wonderful! So soft and dreamy. :)
Anki said…
Beautiful picture.
Linda Makiej said…
Love the pink!!!! Just great.... :)
Leah C said…
Pretty pink petals!! Pink roses are my favorite:)
Val said…
You certainly look to me as if you are getting the hang of it - pure pink magic!
Pam Jones said…
Really pretty rose wonderful work
Evelyn S. said…
This is the most beautiful image of the most beautiful rose!!!
Kathleen said…
This is such a beautiful, soft image! Great use of textures, too.
myartsdesire said…
Simply gorgeous! love the softness and the textured frame adds a lot of interest as well! well done!
Marilyn said…
So lovely. There is nothing so beautiful as a rose - a perfect rose.
Georgianna said…
Lovely, beautiful pink rose, Val! You are definitely more than getting the hang of using textures. I love the polaroid border, too. – g
Fabulous photo Val. I would say you have the hang of adding textures. Take care:)
Pat said…
I'm playing catchup - so many blogs to see. I'm glad I didn't miss yours! Your rose is lovely!

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