Bonnie’s challenge this week is ‘Horizon”. While driving back from Stanthorpe in February this year, I was taking shots through the car window, of one of many long stretches without any spectacular scenery, but on this occasion the sky was the feature point.
I used pdfa Northern Lights Overlay texture at Blending Mode-Soft light 100% opacity.
In this next edit I used pdfa Painterly at Hard light 100% opacity twice and brushed away part of the road. Two very different effects and hard to say which I like.
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wow, particulalry love the 2nd one – it could be in oils hanging on a wall
very beautiful – your horizon 🙂
pretty and spacious
I love your horizon shot. I often find myself doing the same thing, taking photos of the road ahead..and thankfully my hubby is driving!!! Happy Friday
Kaylene, the photo is gorgeous, and both renderings are fantastic, AND I have a soft spot for painterly!
Both are beautiful! I especially love the color/tone of the first one.
Fantastic feelings on your horizon 🙂
Love the second one.
The composition is reminiscent of an 18th century oil painting.
Each of these are beautiful in their own way. The 2nd one is my favorite, I love the painterly feel.
I like your picture nr 2, it is fantastic, like a painting.
the second one is my favorite!
So gorgeous – and so different! Isn’t it amazing the different effects that can be produced with textures and editing finesse? Can you see me standing and applauding?
Wow! The painterly effect in that second one is incredible. Beautiful processing!
Interesting how different these images look. I really like them both but the top photo really pops the sky. Very nice.
I love your processing of this photo! The sky and the tree in the original photo lend themselves beautifully to the processing but it is simply gorgeous all on its own as well!