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Still Life in Digital for Photo Art Friday

Still life with textures


I set up a little vignette in the brightest room in the house this afternoon and used some items that came to me hand easily.  I used two layers of Bonnie’s texture Vintage Vellum that made it look old worldly.


I am joining Photo Art Friday at Pixel Dust Photo Art.  Have a great weekend. 

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Comments

Bonnie said…
Wow Valerie! This looks like a work from an Old Master - just gorgeous.
photoartbyanna said…
It's really beautifully done, and so fits my personal inner image of what a still life is. Love the texturing and the colours!
Kim Stevens said…
Oh so wonderfully done, and antique looking, perfect!! I just love her vintage vellum!
Hi Val, This is gorgeous. Fabulous job. See you tomorrow.
Crafty Gardener said…
You certainly have a good time playing with your photos.
Nice outcome with your layering Val. I don't understand what you're doing, but I like looking at the completed photos.
Judith
Cherie said…
Very cool texture!
momphotographer said…
this is beautiful. the picture itself and the processing!
Ida said…
How pretty. The lighting is gorgeous and you've done a wonderful job with the edit.
eljaygee said…
love the golden vintage effect you created here
Monica said…
Beautiful set up, and I really like the antique feeling!
:)
Stephanie said…
What a beautiful piece. It looks like it should be in a Fine Arts Museum. Lovely!
Leovi said…
I love these exquisite colors and textures, a great composition!
Jeanne said…
Great lighting and processing on this Valerie. Perfect texture on this to make it look like one of the "old masters" paintings. Great work!
Lorrie Orr said…
This looks like a treasured old painting. Love the warm colours with the textures. Beautiful job, Valerie.
Currie Silver said…
truly a masterpiece, Valerie!! wondrous processing. inspired!!
Anki-itte said…
This is a beautiful picture.
Birgitta said…
Love your work here,Valerie!
Linda Kittmer said…
Incredibly ARTful! It really doesn't look like a photo at all. Great editing!
I love all the objects you used to create the still life. They go so well together. Very pretty composition :)
Beth said…
Absolutely stunning, Valerie!
louciao said…
Definitely "old worldly" and a lovely glow to it. A very pleasing composition.
libbyquilter said…
i like the way that this set up looks both casual and formal at the same time and the image itself is so beautifully done that it is one of those frame worthy pieces~!
very nice work with this week's PAF~!!!~

:-)
libbyQ
Lona said…
That is just so lovely Valerie! The texture is just beautiful.
Girl I am with you on being tired of the carols before Christmas arrives. :)
You have a Blessed Thanksgiving.
ormbunke said…
Beautiful! Have a nice weekend.
Miriam said…
...and what came to hand is just gorgeous. Love your editing, just like an old master.
lorik said…
Beautiful! It glows! And i really like the texture and layers.
The Artful Diva said…
Oh boy, Valerie, the still life is gorgeous. Looks like oil on canvas - well done!
Nancy Claeys said…
Looks like a painting. :)
PrairieJill said…
Beautiful! I love the colours.

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