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textured rose hips

The roses have made many hips and I thought the red was perfect for Texture Tuesday with Kim Klassen.  After my clean edit I changed the picture to a black and white and then using a layer mask I used a black brush to remove the black and white from the red of the berries and the leaves and stems..   I used Kim Klassen’s texture “autumn” two times.  The first layer was using blending mode of multiply and 58% opacity and then the second layer was using soft light at 79% opacity.  The final texture was from Shadowhouse.  It was “oilpainting” I think.  I finished off by adding text. 

I will be sharing my textured photo at The Creative Exchange with Lisa Gordon Photography.   Have a great week.  Valerie

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Comments

DebC said…
This is lovely.
Good composition; I like the texture you chose also.
Ashley Sisk said…
Really love the processing - feels so vintage.
Pondside said…
You're taking this to a whole other level!
This afternoon I cut rose hips for the table bouquet. We have so many rose hips now that there's a deer fence at our place. No deer=more roses=more rose hips.
geetlee said…
beautiful! love the processing!
Mary-Anne said…
beautiful photo :)
AJ said…
Love the capture of the rose hips...and great texture choice!
Very lovely processing and I like the text very much - excellent thought. [I did my image of rosehips, also... beautiful and fun this time of year.] You have a wonderful blog.
Susan said…
What a great shot...Love the composition and color!

amazing...
Ruth said…
really lovely with the texture finishing it so well.
Wow Val. That is so beautiful. Fantastic job.
Lauri said…
Love the processing, great effect. I so agree with the quote that you used.
erkarts said…
A beautiful photo with great textures.
Patchwork said…
Fab process. Lovely capture!
lisa said…
This is really beautiful Valerie! Your processing is just wonderful on an already gorgeous photograph. I love the way you composed this also!

Thank you so much for sharing this at The Creative Exchange.

Have a great evening!

lisa.
bailey-road.com said…
Wonderful processing!
Angie said…
Oh I love this image. Love the webs! Autumn where you are is beautiful. Lovely texture work as well. I always feel so inspired by KK's TT, even though I'm new to the whole thing, I'm learning and am SO loving getting to see everyone's amazing photos and work, like yours. And, thanks for the compliment on my work. :)
Sadee Schilling said…
This is gorgeous! I love the way the red pops, and the quote is beautiful and so true.
Jann Olson said…
I love rosehips and I love what you did with the pic! Too bad most of it is Greek to me. I really need to take a photograpy class. Maybe then I could do MARVELOUS things like this.
Teresa said…
Valerie, I love what you did with this . . . .splendid work. Teresa x
Teresa said…
I love what you've done with this . . . .it's beautiful. Teresa x
Jennifer@threedogsinagarden
I always forget to deadhead a few roses, just so I can have some rosehips come fall. I like your overall composition and the way the textures enhance the original image. The quote is perfect!
So pretty! I love the tones here....a beautiful shot and excellent treatment. Happy TT!
Carolyn said…
Beautiful!!!

Thank you for your concern for our little Lucas.

Carolyn
Pat said…
The texture, the berries, the quote - glorious!
EG Wow said…
Nicely done, Valerie!
FP said…
Hi Valerie,
Thanks for stopping by my blog. I really appreciate it. I love your picture of these rose hips for Texture Tuesday. The background has the moody bleakness of approaching winter but the showstopping rose hips are a blaze of colour that truly lifts the spirits. Definitely a cheery jolt for the soul on a grey and dreary rainy day like today! :)
Cheers, Flora
Ingmarie We said…
So very lovely! You have done a great job with the photo.
Jenni said…
I love how you went about achieving this look..love the pop of red against the moody background. Thank you for the great explanation...really lovely result.
Jenni
Connie Smiley said…
What a gorgeous piece of autumn art!

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