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I applied Wicked to this photo of a convent in Montreal.
Also applied Wicked to this photo of a bldg. taken while my DH was driving.
Look at what a little Wicked-ness can do! Crazy, surreal and fun! When I saw that Wicked turned yellow leaves purple/periwinkle blue, in HUE blending mode (100% Opacity), I pulled out some other photographs with yellow leaves.
Again Wicked was appled to the photo and the two were blended in HUE at 100%. I did use a layer mask, as the building was turned to grey by the texture and I wanted to remove the grey to restore the building's natural brown color.
The version above was then 'treated' to the addition of some RadLab 'stylets', namely: Divine Light, Flare Up and Edge Blur (all toned down in intensity with sliders), to produce the above softer effect.
This version (with texture) was also manipulated with RadLab to produce a soft, dreamy, Spring-like effect.
This path full of golden and yellow leaves also received the addition of my Wicked texture, blended in Hue at 100% opacity. It is not a completed project and is filed away with images that merit more consideration and attention. As you can see, I love images that are not only beautiful - but that step outside of the norm, that provoke the viewer's mind to try and figure out what they are seeing.
Finally, added Wicked to this photo and liked the effect in Color Burn at 70% (see below).
The inlinkz tool will go up tomorrow evening for our next Photo Art Friday showcase. Have you been working on a piece of photo art that is a little out of your norm? While that's what we were challenged to do for this week - we also left room on our virtual gallery walls for any photo art you may wish to share. I'll be looking for YOU! :)