I sure do miss the variety and abundance of my California roses! This is one of just a couple of photos that must have been on my phone so did not get burned up. Nothing so lovely as a rose!
Going through some old photos in Lightroom since my photo-shoot space is in limbo right now as I await the completion of a new studio space. I keep reminding myself, “It will get done, it will get done!” Tomorrow a huge delivery of cabinets comes for which the room is not yet ready. I picture my husband and I buried under boxes as we wait for the addition to be far enough along for the cabinet boxes to at least go in the room let alone be actually installed. :-\
This image is part of a vignette on my mantel in celebration of Autumn which is almost here. I love to decorate for fall and love to include some vintage books in my displays. I took this photo for Kim Klassen’s Friday Finds.
“There is a time in the last few days of summer when the ripeness of autumn fills the air.”
I bought some hydrangeas at the store and am so glad I took a photo of them because they didn’t hold up for even 24 hours.
I love this verse from the book of Psalms. It lightens and strengthens my heart. May it cheer up your heart today!
I used Kim’s kk_franklin in two different layers, adding a hue/saturation adjustment to each and also switching the layers to a Soft Light Blend Mode. In between I added a Filter Forge 4 “Soft-focus Amplify” filter. For Kim’s Texture Tuesday. http://www.kimklassen.com
Another simple composition for Kim’s Be Still 52 class. I used Kim’s LR Preset, kk_walnut2 for this shot. I then added some RadLab filters, and made the background its own layer and added a Gaussian Blur. The lace is an old Christmas tree skirt. Photographed outside on a foggy morning with my Nikon f1.4 lens.
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!