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 ‘iris’
It seems I have so many yellow flowers right now. (Sorry, Ron!) So here is another iris that is a new one this year. This was processed in Photoshop Elements with Topaz Simplify buz sim adjusted.
Early evening light on a rust colored iris. Processed in Photoshop Elements by adjusting levels, burning and running through Topaz Simplify buz sim.
Four yellow Dutch iris. Processed in Photoshop Elements with color sketch from OnOne Photo Essentials 3 and a 35% sketch filter on Overlay.
Another of my new irises. I had to take this shot at an angle as the recent rains had knocked it down. Photo taken in early evening with overcast skies. Processed in Elements 6 with High Pass and dodged and burned.
A new iris that I ordered last fall. I photographed it about 6:30 pm to get evening light which works so well on warm colors. Processed with two layers of texture. Did some partial erasing on the texturing. Dodged and burned.
Camera settings: F/8, 1/160 sec., ISO 200, focal length 74 mm. No flash.
Dappled evening light on my irises on the side of our house. Processed by adjusting levels, applying Topaz Simplify buz sim (and adjusting the simplify level) and dodging and burning.
This is one of my first irises to bloom this year. I processed this by adjusting levels, highlights and burning. Vignette was formed with the lasso tool with a 40 pixel feather. I then ran it through Topaz Simplify buz sim and adjusted the settings there as well. It was finished with a violet stroke outline. Happy Easter everyone!