One of my photos from the Oscar de la Renta show that was held in San Francisco earlier this year. These gowns were in the Hollywood room and were worn by various stars at different events.
A quirky sign on the Road to Hana Highway. Taken by my daughter Ami. Texture by Kim Klassen, kk_franklin.
A snippet of my mantel decorations. I used kk_franklin for the texture.
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….
I have enjoyed looking at Kat Sloma’s tree images and have been shooting the oak tree that hangs into my backyard at different times of the day. This was taken this morning; I added a Lightroom preset from Totally Rad, and filters from Tiffen dfx and also from onOne Perfect Effects.
I was taking some photos early this morning in the backyard and my little dachshund Pismo decided he wanted to participate in this shot. I found I liked it once I got it into Lightroom so added a vintage-looking preset and then added a frame from onOne Perfect Effects. This photo makes me smile; the rooster tail and dog tail…
I used the Spin-Zoom technique for a different POV for a rose shot. I love how each photo is so different every time this technique is used. Sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn’t.
This photo was taken on a vacation a few years ago. I love to visit garden stores. This one was in Carmel, CA. I played with the gradient filter and made a preset. I also added a RadLab filter to this image to soften it up a bit.