Capturing Life's Beauty One Photo at a Time
Bare winter trees, devoid of their natural clothing, make a wonderful starting point for artistic experimentation.
Processing in Corel.
Thank you very much.
Gorgeous. Reminds me of Tie-Dye. 🙂
You know, that would be gorgeous in watercolors done on slik.
It does look like tie-dye, doesn’t it? Maybe this would be popular at the next Grateful Dead concert 🙂 Thanks, d!
Wow, that is mesmerizing!!
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This looks like fabric… AMAZING… love it.
Tracie, thank you very much!
Very nice, reminds me of William Neill’s photographs.
Thank you very much, Steven.
I love it. It looks like the image has been printed onto a sheer fabric. Great color mixing.
Hi Dave, thanks very much!
lovely piece of work!
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Love this shot, seems like we followed the same path entering photography.
Hi James, thank you for the visit and comment.
Hi Brian, this is so beautiful…..enchantingly so. I love the colours…. iridescent like mother of pearl but richer like the mineral Labradorite (one of my favourite things). I wonder how you achieved this? I would be so happy and proud to have created something this stunning!! 🙂
Hi Tania, thank you very much. The processing was not difficult — I created a cloud texture in GIMP and layered it onto a photo of stark winter trees. I played with the levels (contrast, saturation, softness) in Corel until I was satisfied with the outcome.
Artistic and simply stunning…belongs on a huge canvas!
You’re too kind! Thanks very much, Tammy.
It looks like cloth. Very nice!
Hi Sandy, thank you very much!
David, I appreciate the comment. Thank you.
Nicely done. I love the colors.
I appreciate the comment! Thank you.
Hi Brian, This is such a beautiful image, so tranquil. Sometimes people edit photos and they don’t seem right, this one does. It’s really stunning. And, thanks for sharing your technique! I can’t wait to try it. -Kim
Hi Kim, thank you so much for the kind words!
Just fantastic!!! A great processing!!
I appreciate the kind words, Santi! Thank you very much.
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