But enough of that.
Today I’m sharing three different photographs using texture layers. If you’re new to the use of textures in digital photography, I wrote a tutorial last year about it.
This was taken on the George Washington Bridge, NY last summer on the way to Maine. The original photo was really boring and I wanted to add a little ooomph to it.
Textures applied: Florabella’s Seaside, Les Brumes Texture 190. The Les Brumes was a freebie.
This is the manor house in early Spring. I’m not usually this heavy-handed with the texture but it’s fun to off the grid every now and then.
Lenabem’s Texture – 165, Shadowhouse Creations brush. The brush and the texture are both free, although a linkback is required with the texture.
One of the parents brought these beautiful peonies for the school office and I took them home for the weekend because their scent was so wonderful.
And I wanted to take pictures of them.
And I kept them here.
Florabella’s Platinum (warm) and Chardonnay. The framed print in the background is one I purchased on etsy at Grainne Photography. I put it in a matted frame that I bought on sale at Kohl’s.
I love Grainne Photography.
Forever young (print)
Three different photos – and several different texture links for you.
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Until then . . .