Blue Dutch iris in my yard. Processed in Photoshop Elements 6 with a high pass filter and burned. Have a great Easter week everyone!!Camera settings: Canon EOS Rebel T1i, F/8, 1/100 sec., ISO 640, focal length 100 mm. No flash.
Posts Tagged ‘blue’
Processed in Photoshop Elements with the Difference Blending Mode. Adjusted for levels and sharpness. Some cloning was done and finally framed. I liked the way the grass added so much texture to the smoothness of the leaf.
Beach flower shot on 17-mile drive in Carmel, CA. Topaz Simplify buz sim, adjusted levels, cloned out sign and person on beach and burned.
My hobby tools on my kitchen table. I adjusted levels, applied Mr. Contrast by Flaming Pear and burned. Just accident that all were blue, but I actually paid attention! We’ll have to have a discussion on dodging and burning sometime as it is one of my very favorite tools. Hope you are all having a good week!
I could only find one! So I threw it up in a tree. Seemed logical at the time! Changed to b/w and masked the color back into the umbrella.
Took this one Sunday. Thought it interesting that all three were at the same stage of bloom. Processing consisted of one orig, orig. b/w, orig b/w sketch with lowered opacity and a dark blue Overlay.
Camera settings: F/8.0, 1/250 sec., ISO 1600, focal length 250 mm.
Here’s the untouched original:
Two bottles on a windowsill. No adjustments except levels and cropping.
Camera settings: F/6.3, 1/640 sec., ISO 400, focal length – 12.9 mm.
Picked a few calendulas and some leather fern and made this miniature arrangement. I used my cardboard and tissue paper light box with some various lamps and flashlights as light sources. Photo was levels, highlights and sharpness adjusted. I used a fairly high (around 7 px) High Pass filter. I then ran it through Topaz Detail to get this final result: