Thursday, June 3, 2010

Pastel Blues

The teapot in this photo is my newest acquisition, bought from a local charity shop especially for photographic purposes -always a good excuse :-) I'd been taking photos of it by itself but then I spied my hydrangeas and voila!

Processing for a change was relatively simple. Only two textures.
Ming @ Overlay 38% this gave most of the bluish tone
Fly edge 18 @ screen 33% toned slightly bluer with a hue saturation adjustment. This layer added the softness.
Copy of background @ Soft light 33%
Curves layer for a final tweak of tone and contrast.

Our single packs are all still available (click on the sidebar links) but due to popular request we have introduced a triple deal, all three packs for $100!

Flypaper Triple Combo Deal
$100 for Tex Box One and Two and the Fly Edges
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Combo Pack Offer
Only $65 for Tex Box One and  Tex Box Two
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Please note that this is big, almost 400 mb file so the download may take a while. Average reported download time for this pack varies from 15 to 20 mins, perhaps a coffee break would be a good idea between downloads!


paulgrand said...

Loving that white and blue combo!:-)

Borealnz (Jill) said...

Thanks Paul :-)

jan ~ tomatobaby said...

Absolutely incredible! One my favorite
flowers is the hydrangea {grew them
in my gardens when I lived in the
South} ... and then to be paired with
a wonderful antique piece. PERFECT

I'm just starting my photographic
adventure ... so I'm just oooo-ing and
aaaa-ing {if you will} for now until
I take the leap with both feet.

Thank you for all of your valuable
information ... very inspiring ~j.

Borealnz (Jill) said...

Thanks Jan, glad you liked it :-)

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