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A Graphic Poppy

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For this photo I took a picture of an orange poppy from the Sandbox garden and added a texture of Kim Klassens called Epiphany.  From there I took the photo into Topaz Adjust 5 and chose a preset called blueprint.  

I am joining Bonnie for Photo Art Friday.   Have a great weekend.   Because we had a long weekend last week the week itself seemed to go quickly.  My Horticulture Society is having its annual plant and bake sale on Saturday so this weekend will fly by too.  

 

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Comments

Valerie,
Just stunning. I haven't had a chance to play with photos lately - hopefully this summer. Have a wonderful weekend!

Carol
EG CameraGirl said…
Very nice work, Valerie!
Linda Trine said…
I love it! I could see this hanging on the wall. Beautiful work.
Sherri B. said…
This is so lovely - the dramatic processing only adds to the beauty of the flower. Wonderful!
Janet said…
Beautiful!! Just gorgeous!! Have a wonderful weekend!
Cherie said…
Valeria, this is absolutely breathtaking! I love it!!
john said…
great work of art.
Linda Kittmer said…
Valerie, this is just stunning! I absolutely love the effect you got. Well done!
Laerte Pupo said…
Your photoart is perfect.
momphotographer said…
Valerie, that is such a wonderful piece of art!!! I love it!
traveller2006 said…
absolutely gorgeous, I love this blueprint effect. Unfortunately I don't have Topaz, do you have any idea how to re-create this effect in PSE?
Ida said…
This is fabulous. I love the bold, graphic feel you gave it.
bailey-road.com said…
Wonderful processing!
Ruth said…
I love this effect, it's a beautiful work of art :)
NatureFootstep said…
a different way to show a poppy. It looks great.
Looks like a vintage print Val.
Our plant/bake sale is tomorrow too.
Judith
Bonnie said…
Absolutely stunning Valerie! Thank you for sharing your art piece with Photo Art Friday.
Heather said…
You should frame this one, it's gorgeous. Have fun at the plant sale.
Ann said…
Just lovely.
Ann said…
Just lovely.
The Artful Diva said…
I have Adjust 5 too - never used the blueprint filter - gotta check that one out!
I too have topaz adjust - well infact every single plugin from topaz but I've never used blueprint before! Looks like a great graphic pencil sketch.
Naturegirl said…
Valerie I am pleased that poppies grow in our"sandbox" gardens! My neighbor gave me a few from her garden and they are orange which is the basis of my color scheme among the wooded garden!
Have a wonderful week playing in your "sandbox". Great picture!
Clairejustine said…
Love this ,great work :)

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