Bonnie has given us a free choice this week to post an image that we would hang on the wall or something with “green” in it. yestaerday I was out in the garden, camera in hand taking shots of rain drops on leaves. Not sure of the name of this plant but has the structure of a yucca but the leaves are brown-tones. As I have been playing with a recipe for creating photochrome images I played with this technique and then added pdfa simply swirls, this texture emphasized some green.
The link for the tutorial I was using is http://www.alibony.com/pse/031508postcard.html you will need to play with the opacities.
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Your processing is fantastic Kaylene . . .
This is GORGEOUS! Love it.
in response to something hidden in my pieces, you are correct, but there is also a cobweb in the first piece and a hanging lamp in the second!
reminded me of a shot not yet posted. I have to find it. I live the lines and colors you created here. 🙂
I love the abstract lines in this macro, the colours are gorgeous too 🙂
Love the shapes and lines.
This is way cool – I just returned from “shooting” at Joshua Tree National Park and visiting my snowbirding sister and hubby for two weeks… was able to take photos of my first yucca plants. Fabulous texture and so much fun to play with. This is especially nice; love the processing you chose. Thanks so much for sharing. Karen
Very interesting. I’m thinking the leaves almost look like Iris plants. The processing is just wonderful.
Great texture and abstract lines…great edit.
Beautiful work. Thanks for sharing.
Great photo and post-processing.
Regards and best wishes
Yes, It looks like a Yucca.
hi, welcome aboard the postcard challenge, looking forward to seeing your cards. x
Hi Kaylene ; in answer to your question about the coloring.
I used only photoshop and after de-composing the skin-hair ect, ( with the Qmode) I use only the colorbalances.
I’ve wrote a tutorial class about this but I’m still thinking how or where to publish it..
Wow Kaylene I have been browsing you gorgeous photography it is amazing you should be very proud!