REDISCOVERING MYSELF THROUGH PHOTOGRAPHY

Friday, June 29, 2012

Painterly Results

It's the Painterly Edition of Photo Art Friday, and I've chosen an image from my mother's large peony garden.  For this result, I actually followed Bonnie's recipe but used the Painterly texture she made available earlier.  I added three RadLab stylets: Lights Out, Oh Snap, and +Contrast.


Original 


15 comments:

Matkatar said...

So lovely, I love your image!

Miriam said...

This is really lovely. Painterly is definitely fun and with such amazing results.
http://flic.kr/p/codgLA

Beth said...

so cool. i like seeing both views. enjoy your weekend. (:

Bonnie said...

Your original photograph is gorgeous with the light!!! Your editing has really made it look like a painting. You are so talented in both domaines. Thank you for sharing your work with Photo Art Friday, Evelyn.

Edna B said...

Very pretty. Sort of looks like you painted it.

momphotographer said...

it truly looks like a painting!!!

Jeanne said...

You have truly achieved a "painting here, and I love peonies!

Ida said...

This is just gorgeous. Peonies are such pretty flowers.
Oh and your new header...Divine View.

Lisa Gordon said...

Beautiful result here, Evelyn!

Marilyn said...

Surely looks like a beautiful painting.

Daryl Edelstein said...

pretty .. not just painterly, sort of stain glass-ish

Rosie Grey said...

Thanks so much for your lovely message, Evelyn! And I'm also so happy to see you at Instagram, too (I'm still having problems with viewing and uploading, even today).
Isn't it fantastic what you can do with a photo - it does look like a painting! Wonderful header photo, too, by the way!

Rosie Grey said...

Thanks so much for your lovely message, Evelyn! And I'm also so happy to see you at Instagram, too (I'm still having problems with viewing and uploading, even today).
Isn't it fantastic what you can do with a photo - it does look like a painting! Wonderful header photo, too, by the way!

Candy C. said...

How cool!! It looks very painterly indeed!! :)

Angie said...

Okay... THAT'S cool!