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Liquid for Photo Art Friday

 

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This week’s Photo Art Friday theme is liquid.   I took this picture of the fountain in Fairy Lake in Newmarket, Ontario in the summer.  The children I found in google images and used layer masks to remove the parts of the photo I did not want to use. I then softened the whole project with a texture from Kim Klassen called enlightened. 

Photo Art Friday can be found at PixelDustPhotoArt.   Hope you have a wonderful weekend. I have signed up to do a Scott Kelby Photography walk on Saturday.  The weatherman says that it is to be wet and cool.   Do you have a Scott Kelby walk in your town.  Apparently he has them going on all over the place. 

 

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Comments

Pamela Gordon said…
I think it's amazing that you can do so many things with a photo and the computer. Great picture!
Jeanne said…
love your processing on this photo! It is just perfect for the week. i have never heard of Scott Kelby but will google him. The photowalk sounds fun! Keep us posted on how it was
PrairieJill said…
Beautiful! The joyfulness of the children jumping adds to the beauty of the fountain.
The children look as though they are really there enjoying the water.
Have fun on Saturday.
Judith
Leovi said…
Yes, I love this fantastic source pretty picture.
eljaygee said…
Brilliant. Made me jump for joy. The colourful little figures and the giant fountain. Great interpretation of liquid.
Merike said…
Stunning image. The kids are so lovely and the water too. Great :))
Sherri B. said…
This is wonderful! I love your processing and the whole mood of this image. Aren't reverse layer masks wonderful? Thanks for sharing!
Stephanie said…
What a great carefree and fun feeling this suggests. I remember the days of jumping in a fountain! Wish I could do it again.
bailey-road.com said…
Really wonderful work!
The Artful Diva said…
I am working in the garage today making a mess - that fountain looks so inviting - I am hot, hot, hot!
Evelyn S. said…
I wouldn't have guessed that you had added the children to this photo! It's such a wonderful image.
Linda Kittmer said…
Fantastic action shot Valerie. The perfect image of kids and summer!
Ruth said…
A great image and the walks sound very good too!
Emily S said…
That is really neat you spliced in those kids! Nice job!
Bonnie said…
Wow! I didn't realize until I read the post that you had inserted the images of the children. Well done!!!

I like Scott Kelby - can't wait to see some of your rainy day shots.

Thanks for sharing your artistry with Photo Art Friday, Valerie.
momphotographer said…
This is wonderful! I really like the fountain and how you captured the motion of it. Those kids are a great match!
Birgitta said…
Great and beautiful!
Ida said…
Such a joyous shot. The fountain is really cool and the fact you added the kids into the scene really made it extra special. I have no clue how to use a layer mask.
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NatureFootstep said…
you made a great job with this one. I love the look of the water :)
Minoru Saito said…
Hi! Nice texture. It's a very beautiful scene photo. I like this photo very much. Wishing you a wonderful weekend.
Currie Silver said…
Love this!! How much fun it looks like you had!!

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