Sunday, June 12, 2011

Vibrance

 

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I used the free Iced Blue Texture by Nine Acres Photo...actually I used it

three times, 100% soft light, 100% multiply and again at 52% soft light

and erasing the texture from the yellow petals. Then I made my mosaic

in Picasa.

nineacresphotography@hotmail.com

 

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Carol, Bethany and Kerry...at Bethany’s Bridal Coffee

Congratulations to Bethany and Ryan

 

Joining Mary @ Little Red House for Mosaic Monday

8 comments:

  1. Hello to you, my Southern Belle, so nice to meet you. Great to have you on Mosaic Monday. Anita is a genius. So many nice people join in. Thank you for visiting me today and leaving such a lovely comment. I'm a jewelry designer in Houston. Congrats to the newly engaged couple. xx's

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  2. Love the editing on your sunflower. Lovely composition for your mosaic too!

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  3. I love that textured sunflower photo - great work! Congratulations to Bethany and Ryan. That's an adorable mosaic!

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  4. What a lovely sunflower and I love the texture you applied. Very pretty!

    And, thank you so much for the kind comment on my blog today. I truly appreciate your thoughtfulness. :)

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  5. I don't understand a thing you did, but it sure turned out great!

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  6. what a wonderful vibrant shot, love that texture!

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  7. Hi there, my first visit to your blog and it's a real pleasure. I love what you've done with textures and the sunflower. that photo would put a smile on anyone's face. it did mine! thanks for visiting my blog, it truly means a lot. I hope to visit again to catch a bit of your inspiration! I hope you have a beautiful day.

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  8. This is stunning!
    I'm your new follower.
    Congrats to Bethany and Ryan and have a great weekend!
    Barb

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