I used two of Kim’s textures, one was “empty page”, the other I have named kk1; I think it’s name got removed when moving files around one time. I also used two of Kim’s Lightroom Presets- Classic Warm 2, and Days of Old. I also added a couple of RadLab filters as well. I am enjoying shooting very simple layouts; I used a scarf I own plus a wheelbarrow that has a found bird nest and a ceramic bird. Effortless composition!
Day 2 of BeStill52, Kim Klassen’s new class encourages us to allow room to breathe, in our photos and in our lives. I used kk_justgolden from her Studio Collection for this photo taken outside in my backyard. Thanks to Sherri Reed for the prop. A great Robert Mondavi quote.
I took this photo in Balboa Park, San Diego, CA. It is part of the front of one of the art museums there. I added two layers of kk_partings at 100%, Multiply Blend Mode, and also a Filter Forge Filter on top of that. This is for Texture Tuesday, the Black & White.
Willowing Arts is doing a great spring giveaway! Tamara LaPorte is the founder/creator of the Life Book series. Check out the giveaway here:http://bit.ly/BigSpringGiveAway.
Another sweet image from the backyard photo shoot with Sherri Reed. A painted texture is the background for this shot.
A friend and I had a lovely day photographing different still life vignettes last week. I am starting Kim Klassen’s BeStill52 Photography class this week and thought this photo said what I am working toward. A STILL life wherein I am trusting Christ to work in me His own character.
Frost lightly coats a tulip in the Skagit Valley, WA. Textured with kk2 from the Magic May set.