Saturday, 19 March 2011

Textured image 1


I always like to see the before and after images which folks put on their blogs and as I haven't mastered the mouseover , here is an image of tulips in the snow with two of my textures from the previous post. I should have given them names to make them easy to identify but they are easy to pick out I think.

The 'recipe' is -
Background image - tulips and snow
Copy of Background-Screen 90
Texture 1 - difference 69
Texture 2 - soft light 42
Soft light was applied then to the merged image.

Hope to show some more soon! Have a good weekend!

13 comments:

  1. Lovely pictures, I love all spring flowers, but tulips are my favourite.

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  2. Well done! Wishing you a grand weekend too! Cathy

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  3. your blog is beautiful and inspiring. Thanks for sharing your work!

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  4. Beautiful, would look great on a canvas.

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  5. That turned out really beautiful! Nice Job, and thanks for sharing the recipe. Although, now that spring has sprung I will have less time to play with images,DARN!! If you ever want to blow your images up and use them as art on your walls, I have a great company that I sell for. They blow it up to your specified size and put it on premium vinyl which has adhesive on the back and you can mount it to whatever you like : a board, glass, or directly to the wall (easily removable)! Just info to ponder. Your art is too beautiful not to display!!! Check out the Uppercase Living Button on my sidebar of my blog, if you're interested.

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  6. I like both photos ... the texture creates more the look of a painting.

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  7. It looks fabulous Julia! :-)

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  8. Nice Effect Julia, yes I am back finally got my computer back. Took a while but cost me nowt!!!!!! Kev

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  9. Yea, wot buty ye show my friend.

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  10. lovely blog you have here, I love your shots and love the textures you have done here.

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  11. Julia, that's gorgeous! Love your use of textures, and nice to see the last one on your recent list being put to such good use. It's fun playing with blending modes, isn't it. You inspire me to do more!

    (I see my friend mstonesparkle has started following your blog on my recommendation!!)

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