Sunday, October 2, 2011

Metamorphosis Of A Portrait

 

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I took one of my photos and added Kim Klassen’s new free texture. . .

 

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Actually, I added it a couple of time . . .

 

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Then I changed it to a sepia tone in Picasa . . .

 

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Same Kim Klassen texture…just a little different process.

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18 comments:

  1. It's a sweet photo. I'm having trouble choosing a favorite.

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  2. There's nothing sweeter than nestling into the softness of a baby's head and neck. Precious photos.

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  3. It's a beautiful photo all ways. Kim Klassen's backgrounds are so much fun to play with.

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  4. These are nice texture applications! Love the warm and loving embrace.

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  5. Those textures become addictive to use. I think you did a lovely job on them. V

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  6. What a great transformation of such a sweet picture!

    Have a great day.
    Pam

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  7. Gorgeous, Becky... You do a nice job with textures --as opposed to some people who spoil the picture with textures...
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  8. This is a very pretty photo, Becky, and looks even nicer using Kim's background. It's fun to try new tbings!

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  9. You did a great job. It is fun to try the different effects on pictures like that - I should take the time and try it more.

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  10. Such a sweet moment! Beautiful edits!

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  11. It's a beautiful photograph and so interesting how you applied textures to it. I haven't tried that technique and it is so effective.
    Thanks for visiting my blog and your kind comments. I chuckled when you mused about collecting yarns!

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  12. How beautiful! You're making memories! ♥

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  13. Too hard to choose. Each is beautiful in its own way!

    Thanks for stopping by. You are invited to see how I painted my "Little Boy Blue in the Cornfield."
    http://tinyurl.com/3t6ek7o

    Have a wonderful week!

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  14. I really like what you've done with textures for this photo. The collage shows all the versions very nicely.

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  15. It looks gorgeous no matter how you alter it, but isn't it amazing all the things you can do with the photos? Just love changing them to fit the mood and help tell the story. Great job!
    New follower,
    Patti

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  16. What great photos! Love the look of them

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