Capturing Life's Beauty One Photo at a Time
When you are deepest in the forest, light shall emerge.
Photo taken at Bliss Woods in Sugar Grove, Illinois and painted in Corel.
I appreciate the comment — thanks!
Totally, awesomely, elementally cool! Bravo!
Susan, thank you so much!
This is really beautiful! Sorry to ask a stupid question, but is Corel a program, or an application in another program like photoshop/lightroom?
Hi, Abra. Corel is a photo editing program like Photoshop, but generally less expensive. It has pretty robust features that fit my needs. If interested, you should be able to find more info online or at a retailer. Thanks!
I didn’t know what Corel was either. I thought perhaps you took the photo and your wife painted a picture…and i was going to say what a great team you two must be. Which I’m sure must STILL be the case, a photographer and a painter…a team made in heaven. 🙂
I appreciate your thought process, Carol, but we’re not that creative! 🙂
Well…it’s a lovely photo and I do believe you and your wife are both incredibly creative. I’ll have to look for that program because I always love when a photo ends up looking like a painting.
I like it. It´s very creativ. best wishes from germany
Thank you for the comment!
Love the impressionistic feel to the photo.
Beautiful artistic rendering!
I appreciate the support, Pat!
Brian – this is one of my most favorite photos that you have done. I love it! Thanks for sharing!
I’m pleased you like it — thanks, LA!
Lovely work . 🙂
Inga, thank you!
A truly stunning piece! Not typically my style, but I’d hang this in my home.
I appreciate the kind words, Earl.
This. Is. Soooo. Amazing. 😀
It’s really creative and pretty.
Thank you, Violet!
Cool effect. I bet this one looks amazing really large.
Thanks very much, Rachael.
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This is fabulous!! I love the texture 🙂
I appreciate your support, Polly!
Love this photograph!! Beautiful..
Thank you so much, MD!
Excellent impressionist treatment.
I appreciate the comment.
Nice treatment – looks great, like an impressionist painting
I appreciate the feedback, Stevie.
Simply mesmerising..!!! Excellent effort, Brian!
Thank you very much!
A wonderful shot made all the better with the effect. Nice work!
I appreciate the comment, Gordy.
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