Thursday, May 17, 2012

Photo Art Friday, May 18th - 20th




It's that time again! 

Time for Photo Art Friday.


If you would like to showcase a piece of photo art here, just read these guidelines and then link up once the virtual gallery doors open this evening!


This week you can post any photo art you would like to share
OR
a piece of photo art featuring lines, angles and/or graphic elements. 





It would not be right to issue a prompt or challenge and not take it up myself.  Right?  So here's my take on the graphic, angular option.  Don't ask me what it represents or means, I didn't think about it -just applied image after image onto a graphic background - made a few move tool, layer mask and layers adjustments and then subjected the resulting composite to a couple of RadLab filters - and eh voila:



Image after RadLab treatment.  The sweet smiling b/w lips and eyes repeated here and there are those of my youngest grandaughter.  (Don't forget to click on image to enlarge.)




Image before RadLab treatment




For next week you are welcome to link up any piece of your photo art,

OR

link up a piece of abstract photo art featuring an abstract design from nature - an image or composite of images extracted from your photographs of the natural world - with any editing enhancements or manipulations you desire.






16 comments:

  1. I like the effects!!
    thanks for hosting this fun blog!!!

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  2. The first one piece of art it very gorgeous. I love graphic lines very much. Looks GOOL!

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  3. Ooh, I love your effects! Have a wonderful weekend~~

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  4. really creative work on these pieces bonnie!

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  5. wow..such amazing work...such creative talent! I have so much to learn!!!!

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  6. I love these Bonnie, the last is my fave but I think that's just because I love blue, they really are works of art and the lines balance so well throughout :)

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  7. Wonderful images so far this week!
    It's only 10:30 a.m. my time, and there are already 34 links...wow!

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  8. Very interesting piece, it makes you stop and take a 2nd look with all the great details. I love how you are able to combine different images in your art work (something I need to work on). My favorite portion of your piece is the row of bells at the upper left corner. - I like the 1st edit a lot.

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  9. Wow! This is SO creatively done! Very interesting to look at with all the elements here!
    Wish you a wonderful weekend:)

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  10. I think the first oen is the better one. :)

    Thanks for hosting.

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  11. There is some amazing work here! Thanks for the inspiration!!

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  12. Your entry is at once intriguing and mysterious. Nice addition of faces too.

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