Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Tickled Pink

Kim Klassen has asked us to post photographs with a theme of 'pink' for her Texture Tuesday challenge this week.  Well, if it is pink she wants, it is pink I will post.  These images are all quite different - I would love to hear which one(s) you prefer.


Woodland shot with photograph of pink glass beads superimposed.  I then added a texture blended in Multiply with the opacity reduced to 75%.  A levels adjustment was then made to adjust white values.



A painting of mine that has had many different makeovers using textures and filters.




A photo of petunias with an as yet unreleased texture of mine blended in Hard Light - opacity 95%.




A photo of rhododendrons, with a variation of the same texture as the previous photo, blended in Screen, Opacity reduced to 45%.  I believe I then added a Dry Brush Filter and a  levels adjustment tweak increasing output levels to give it a desaturated look.

If you are into pink or textures there is still time to participate in Kim Klassen's Texture Tuesday.


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22 comments:

  1. I can't rule any of them out, they are all so unique and I liked each one, but the deep hues in the petunias in the second to last really caught my eye. I like the faint print of words running through- it almost reminds me of a vintage postage stamp :)

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  2. These are great! I really love the first one! Amazing!! :)

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  3. All pictures are very beautiful. I love the first and the third one most ! Great work !!!

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  4. That first shot is so cool - looks like a fairy garden.

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  5. I adore the 1st one and now want to photograph some beads so that I can play with superimposing them - thanks for the inspiration

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  6. The first shot is so cool! Love this!

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  7. Love the pink!!! Just great.... :)

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  8. i like the third photo the best. the deeply saturated colors are beautiful and the textures used lovely.

    :-)
    libbyQ

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  9. These are all so wonderful! I am especially drawn to the first shot, though -- it is absolutely magical.

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  10. Oh my word, Bonnie!!! Fabulous! I'm a lover of the vibrant, so I opt for the first three images. Fascinating work.

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  11. that first shot is really cool.

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  12. Beautiful images. My favorite is the first one, it's magical.

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  13. Wow Bonnie...these are gorgeous! But if I do have to choose my favorite (hard choice), I'll have to go with the woodlands photo...it's just magical to me.

    Thanks for sharing.

    Bright blessings,
    Kathy

    PS. Thanks for leaving a comment on my Flickr post.

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  14. Oh my goodness, this is a real tough choice, but I think I am going to go with the first one, quite simply because when I first saw it, the word WOW was the first thing iI thought of.

    Beautifully done Bonnie!

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  15. Lovely shots ... love the first one!

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  16. There all so unique... I love them all!
    But I must say, the first one in the woods had me going back and looking at it. Eye candy!
    :)

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  17. I adore the petunias, though the second one has a complexity I love.

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  18. I love the first shot. Are those little red ones some little flowers!?! Beautiful woods.

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  19. Love the first photo, Bonnie. Looks like a fairy forest with rubies on the ground. :) Great work!

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  20. I'm playing catch up - so many blogs to visit! I'm glad I didn't miss yours! All of your photos are great - I do prefer the first one though. It reminds me of a pixie forest ;-)

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