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Art in the Phlox


Wide angle phlox with logo

Pixel Dust Photo Art texture “vintage Craquelure” at blend mode luminosity 63%. Finished in Topaz Adjust 5 at preset Cross Process II.

Joining Bonnie at Pixel Dust Photo Art for Photo Art Friday.




Bonnie said…
Lovely processing, Valerie. You have given the image such a vintage, country feel. Love it! Thanks for linking up with Photo Art Friday.
Tito Eric said…
A splendid art work! I love it.

Cheers ... visiting from Photo Art Friday!
June said…
Lovely, Valerie! The soft, muted background gives a sweet, romantic feel. Nicely done!
Jeanne said…
This is really lovely! Hope to see you often here in the August Break!
momphotographer said…
this is really beautiful. you've done wonderful job working with the texture.
Leovi said…
Wonderful flowers. Delicious textures and processed perfect, very creative. Truly a work of art.
Currie Silver said…
This is so gorgeous, Valerie, and I love knowing the HOW you did it bits, too. Mostly, up until Now, I have just skipped all that, but NOW I see and read it in a whole new way!!!

Thanks, too, for visiting me.
The Artful Diva said…
I love everything about this!
Ida said…
How pretty is this. It's just wonderful.
louciao said…
The texture created such a softly pretty background. Wonderful how you allowed the phlox to pop through.
Beautiful, you should frame it.

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