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A Little Flower Photo Art

 

side of the pool with water lily pdpa texture

Last evening I sat down to play with some photos and try to create a piece of photo art.  Pixel Dust Photo Art asked us to use a flower and one or more of her textures for our piece.   If I tried to do this again I would not know what steps I used as I push a button here and there and if  I like it I keep it and go on.  The texture  I used was called Antique Deskpad.   I can tell you that I like the blend mode luminosity for wild and wacky colour variations.

I am joining Photo Art Friday with Bonnie and I am again this year going to attempt to post a picture a day for every day in August as part of Susannah Conway’s August Break.  

Have a great day

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Comments

Lisa Gordon said…
Oh, I do this all of the time, Valerie (forget the steps I took in an edit)! Whatever steps you took here, this sure is beautiful. I love all of the wonderful shades of pink.
Beautiful Val. It is like laying in a field of wildflowers. Take care and have an enjoyable weekend.
June Caedmon said…
This turned out lovely, Valerie!
Beautiful! So pretty in pink. Great job with the editing ... has an abstract quality to it. :)
Prairie Jill said…
Oh, that's gorgeous!! I'm going to have to experiment with Luminosity a bit more.
this looks like a beautiful chalk drawing, Valerie! very unique!
Anonymous said…
Dreamy... and thanks for the luminosity tip! ;)
Currie Silver said…
such a deLIGHTfull way to play, Valerie, and the resulting art is BEyond BEautimosity!!!
Anonymous said…
Lovely edit.
It looks like a lace curtain - all light and airy. Beautiful effect, Valerie.
Mariane Cordes said…
Oh dear, this is so lovely - I know the way you do it. I do this sometimes as well and I TRY to remember as there are many who ask. I am in awe looking at yours - Thanks a lot for sharing

My contribution to PDA is here:
http://www.cordes.re/blog/kunst/?p=102

Have a great weekend !
Ida said…
This is so dreamy and pretty. Your edit is fabulous.
I hear you about not knowing what steps I do to get to my end result. I sometimes try to write them down but often forget due to being intent on creating something that appeals to me rather then remembering how I did it.
NatureFootstep said…
You created a very nice piece of art. So what steps you took is rather irrelevant. :)
Bonnie said…
Luminosity does produce some glorious effects - and certainly did so here - along with all your other edits!
Andrea said…
It feels like standing in a beautiful prairie among wild flowers in the fog. I love the effect and I chuckle when you say I don't remember the steps. How many of us have done the same thing and wonder if we will ever be able to recreate a similar effect. But we do and we have fun doing it, which is what it is all about. Beautiful work Valerie ...

Andrea @ From The Sol
Anonymous said…
I like this beautiful picture very much.
Sirpa said…
So soft and dreamy.. really beautiful!!

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