REDISCOVERING MYSELF THROUGH PHOTOGRAPHY

Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Let's Celebrate --- Texture Tuesday

This is an unusual way to use Kim's textures, but it results in a holiday feel for me!   And it fits the "Let's Celebrate" theme of Texture Tuesday this week.


Brushed Linen with Exclusion blending mode; Retreat with Multiply blending mode.

19 comments:

kareninkenai said...

Evelyn - such a beautiful composition and texture processing; thank you for sharing the recipe. happy holidays. karen {visiting from TT}

suzanne carter said...

I love this image,it is wonderful!
Blessings Suzanne

Henrietta said...

I don't know what that is but it is gorgeous edit, really different.

Carole Meisenhelter said...

...now there's a really interesting result; a rustic festive feel to celebrate with

Gardening in a Sandbox said...

Pretty. V

Ruth said...

Yes, it's a wonderful, modern feel, very abstract, I really like it :)

deborah said...

I think your rendering is great!

Rosie said...

I think this is a stunner, Evelyn. I love the dramatic effects produced by exclusion... it's a bit of a passion of mine!

Linda Trine said...

love the colors and texture! beautifully done!

johanna said...

cool choice of blending mode, looks awesome!

Pat Mark said...

This came out beautifully. Love it and it definitely has a holiday feel to it. Just shows what you can do with some experimentation with the textures and different looks.

Pat said...

I love it!

Bridget Larsen said...

wow that is spectacular, you should post up the original photo too or use the mouseover

Pat said...

The exclusion blending mode is totally cool!

lisa said...

Oooooo, I love what you did here Evelyn!!

Jeanne said...

Very fascinating processing of your photo. Really like that and it is very festive!!

Nancy @ A Rural Journal said...

I love the colors! Well done, Evelyn. :)

PS - I used my 70-300mm zoom lens to capture the cardinal outside my window.

Sivinden said...

I like your editing, - lovely colors and composition too.

CATHY said...

What a lovely interesting image!