Sunday, May 29, 2011

Metamorphosis Of My Photo

 

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I can’t tell you all the steps I used (sorry Sad smile) .

But I did use Kim Klassen’s new texture

Stained Linen @ 100% Soft Light 

I found a few things I had never used and know

exactly nothing about.

It sure was fun experimenting with them.

 

Sharing at Little Red House and Between Naps On The Porch

24 comments:

  1. Oh my gosh this is so neat! I thought the first photo was actually a painting...the editing stuff available now is incredible. I can totally relate about not know exactly what you did though...sometimes its trial and error! Hope you have a great week...~Ann
    Oh...I'm a new follower.

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  2. ohhh that is neat Becky! Have a great Memorial day!

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  3. Love the experiment results. Isn't it fun to play with photos? Your roses are gorgeous!

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  4. Beautiful make over!
    Wish you a pleasant start of the week.

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  5. Beautiful! Isn't it fun to experiment?!!!! Happy Monday!

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  6. Very lovely! I have visited Kim K too and like her work very much.

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  7. New public follower here from Tootsie Time’s Flower Flaunting Gardens Blog Hop. Nice blog. Nice photo no matter how you did it! I would appreciate you following back http://talesfrommyjournal.blogspot.com I would also appreciate if you would like me in facebook http://www.facebook.com/DeniseMartin.LillaRose and in twitter @DeniseLillaRose. I always follow back. Just leave me a note so I know you stopped by.

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  8. Started out beautiful and it ended up beautiful! Very pretty mosaic.

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  9. Your photos are beautiful. Have a great Memorial day.

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  10. Great job on the pics - have a wonderful holiday.

    Carolina mts

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  11. I don't know what you did to the photographs but the results are beautiful.
    Lovely Mosaic......I'm your newest follower!
    Happy Memorial Day...

    ~Emily
    The French Hutch

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  12. In a way I'm glad you can't tell us the steps you used in making these beauties. It will add a sense of mystery to future pictures. I really enjoy your experimentation.

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  13. Well,....whatever you did, the results are stunningly beautiful!

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  14. It really looks like it should be printed and framed! I love working with photos! ♥

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  15. I'm really new to photography, and I've never tried anything like this. That MUST change! Your roses look beautiful - any way you present them. Thanks for stopping by.

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  16. So pretty!!
    Hope you enjoyed the weekend.

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  17. Divine!!
    I have to start using her textures!
    Smiles~
    Cat

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  18. Hi there! I saw your post at Pam's and had to stop by to say hello to a Tennessee girl (I am from there myself!) and a Canon lover (I am right there with you!). What a lovely picture! I am trying to grow and learn as a photographer myself and just love finding others who take beautiful pictures! Have a wonderful day!!

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  19. Your photography is INCREDIBLE and your editing STUPENDOUS! I wish you lived nearer to ME!
    Thanks for your kind comment on my 'chocolate' coffee table!

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