One of my photos from this past Saturday. I was touched by Kim Klassen’s postings, and as I looked through some old journal quotes, this one struck me as apropos for this week’s Texture Tuesday. I like to write down quotes as I read books, and this one is from The Forgotten Garden.
This is my entry for the first challenge for Photoshop Artistry. I used a photo from my garden and one I set up in my studio. For the challenge we were to use one to two of our own images; a Film Edge Effect, and two of Kim Klassen’s textures. We were then to paint with colored light, a technique taught in the class. I chose to bring out some of the rust tones and turquoise from the oxidized copper heart. I added a bit of those colors to the edge using the same effect. although the roses image that is overlaid on top on the main image isn’t technically a landscape, it was taken outdoors in my yard. Check out the class at www.photoshopgrunge.com.
Oops! Forgot to use the vector image as stated in the challenge… will have to redo….
This large sculpture is found on the road to Paradise Ridge Winery in Santa Rosa, CA. I love how the view though the letters is different depending on where you stand for the shot. My photo for this week’s theme for Where’s My Backpack?- http://wheresmybackpack.com/2013/09/20/travel-theme-through/
I am the photographer featured today on Anne Camille’s blog, fourdeeroak. Here is the link: http://fourdeeroak.wordpress.com/2013/09/18/5-x-5-5-sherre-hulbert/ Please take a look!
I used Kim Klassen’s kk_lightpaper3 as the topmost texture to this montage.