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A Dose of Yellow

 

stacked photo with RHWest texture

I took three photos of flowers in the garden yesterday and decided to try stacking them in layers one on top of the other in photoshop.   Bonnie has done this and I thought I must give this a try.   It was trial and error getting the opacity the way I wanted to.  I then found a lovely texture called Solstice by RHWest that could fit into this week’s theme of light.

I am joining Photo Art Friday with Bonnie at PixelDustPhotoArt.   Have a wonderful weekend.

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Comments

Gorgeous Val. Great job.
Bonnie said…
This image seems like you have created some magical alchemy and captured sunshine in it. Love it, Valerie! Thank you for linking your artwork with Photo Art Friday.
Kaylene said…
Lovely, gives it a "fossil" effect. Cheers
Hi Val
I like the layered effect you ended up with, nice shade of yellow.
Judith
I have just discovered your lovely blog, Valerie Dear, and am now following you...♥♥
Best,
Anne
momphotographer said…
great job. very creative!
So delicate. Reminiscent of a sun print.
Stay inspired!
Ida said…
Very "artsy" piece bathed in such a cheery, sunny color. I like it.
Leovi said…
These beautiful flowers, excellent texture.
Saludos.
Sylvia said…
This turned out great, lovely yellow tones !
Ruth's texture is wonderful, I used it on one of my pictures too a while ago.
Have a beautiful weekend,
Sylvia
Heather said…
So beautiful. You should make up some note cards with these type of images on the front.
Andrea said…
Ahhh ... another new technique and you have created a sunny day for us all to enjoy. What fun you must have had and what amazing results. Thank you for the refreshing moment ....

Andrea @ From The Sol
Stephanie said…
This should be framed - it is such a pretty work of art.
bailey-road.com said…
Lovely. You've captured the sun!
Jeanne said…
Valerie I think you have captured sunshine itself. like how you have combined these 3 photos. I am not very good at doing that but you have inspired me to learn!
The Artful Diva said…
This turned out beautifully. It looks like a sun print!
Jean Baardsen said…
Very pretty! This would make a cool texture on its own!
Sherri B. said…
I love the effect you have achieved here - it is filled with light! So lovely...
NatureFootstep said…
I like what you did. It is gorgeous. :)
PrairieJill said…
Wow - this is wonderful!!
Georgianna said…
Hi Val, Great idea to layer the photos – you did a beautiful job. I love it when you can't tell if an artwork is painted or photographed.

Have a great weekend!

– g

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