Tuesday, April 26, 2011


Another photo of one of my favourite photographic subjects, I never get sick of the climbing hydrangea! The photo was taken with my wonderful new Pentax 50-135 f2.8 lens, it produces some lovely bokeh. I textured this on the laptop while I was at our country hut this past weekend  and since our hut isn't connected to the electricity grid, it was done by the light of a gas lantern with me hoping the laptop battery wouldn't run out before I got it finished. It was a quick one to process though, I think I used the first textures I tried which were....

Ovid Banished @ Soft Light 100%
Giverny @ Overlay 100 % (this was responsible for much of the green tone)
The  focus flower was using a curves layer masked from the rest of the image.

See it a little larger on Flickr

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paulgrand said...

What a lovely effect, cant wait to try this recipe!

Borealnz (Jill) said...

Thanks Paul! It's a nice combination on the right photo!

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