Sunday, April 17, 2011

The Art Critic

Another image taken during the recent spring high tides.
The model is standing on the shoreline with a sand pool in front.
These strange wigwam structures are built from driftwood, we have no idea who makes them or for what purpose, however any structures add photographic opportunities, and we're all for that!

The image shown is unfinished, after deciding the shoreline was too hard, I later re- processed to soften and add some a surreal style, by pulling up the waterline and pulling down the top half as is shown on Flickr.

Opal - Hue @ 36%
Giverny - Soft Light @ 60%
Sisley - Soft Light @ 43%
Naissant Border - Overlay 59%
Moth Wing - Soft Light @ 100%
Base Image duplicated - Multiply @ 30%

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Borealnz (Jill) said...

I love how the textures have softened this and I love the splash of red. Well done as always Paul!

Lynne said...

A very good photo to begin with, but you have taken it to new heights with your various textures.

Coby said...

Beautiful! I love this and the recipe you decided upon. I couldn't possibly say it better than Larry Gerbrandt did in your testimonials on the left.

paulgrand said...

Thanks guys, the model was also delighted with this one as were Getty who snapped it up!:-)

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