Not Forgotten


Age your images!
  1. Add the New Inventory Texture on a darken blending mode at full opacity
  2. Duplicate the layer [Ctrl J] and change this layer's blending mode to linear burn
  3. Reduce the opacity to reveal more of your images original hue.  I  skimmed my opacity down to 16%
If your "iced-in" like me- meaning more inches of ice than snow, why not join me in another photo challenge?

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P.S. If you haven't tired photos textures yet -

40 comments :

  1. What a beautiful processing!

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  2. Kristy - This is just gorgeous!
    Beautiful work!

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  3. That is gorgeous, love the texture.

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  4. Stunning! I just posted an image today using one of your recipes, using your "goodies"! Thank you SO MUCH for telling us how you do it! Your work is absolutley gorgeous, and you are a TRUE inspiration to me. Many thanks!! :)

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  5. I am amazed at what you start with....that plant is so interesting! Your texture work is just fabulous, and once I think I have some images to work with, I'm going to be adding some of your beautiful textures to my inventory. ;-)

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  6. Kristy -
    Just back to thank you so much for sharing this at The Creative Exchange this week. Just perfect for it!

    lisa.

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  7. I absolutely love looking at your edits!

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  8. Julie,
    I'm on my way to check it out!

    Lisa,
    I'm so excited to be a part of the Creative Exhange!

    All,
    You sure now how to make me smile!!

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  9. gorgeous as always Kristy! :) always love the soft, warm colors in your images. you're so good at taking stills...something I definately need to work on. :)

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  10. YOur technique really livened up this image...spectacular!

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  11. I LOVE your textures, Kristy. I have only recently discovered the wonder of textures and hope to start working with them soon. (Where have I been?) Thank you so much for your sweet comment on my fancy bird seed cakes!

    Hugs to you,
    Jami

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  12. Nicely done.
    You're *iced* in?! Oooh...stay warm!

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  13. How gorgeous! I love the texture you used!
    Hugs,
    Yvonne

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  14. Angel- yes that would be correct Iced-in, 3 days now! We even have lovely power outages! But it sure is peaceful.

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  15. really nice, I'm still learning so thank you for sharing your "recipe".

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  16. I think we must live in the same area as we are in the SAME boat in N. Texas. I like your idea. It is different and creative. Very pretty ,too :)

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  17. Very cool texture. And thanks for mentioning how you did it!

    Tiffany
    www.noordinaryhomestead.com

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  18. This is just so beautiful.. I just love what you do with textures.. Amazing!!!

    Hugs, Linda

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  19. After seeing yours it makes me want to learn to do more editing. Nice job.

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  20. Really beautiful....love the textures!

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  21. Beautiful!
    And you are so right- once you start with texturing it's hard to stop!
    Is there a textures anonymous group we can attend?

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  22. Both shots are just lovely.

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  23. gorgeous gorgeous gorgeous! I wish I had your editing skills!

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  24. This is beautiful, Kristy! I love the vintage feel! It makes me think of those old old postcards!

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  25. Love the processing, love your blog!

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  26. Beautiful! Looks like a postcard! :)

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  27. I love the creativity in your edit! I heart all things vintage!

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  28. Beautiful. This totally motivates me to use a texture. :)

    Marla @ www.blueskiesphotoblog.com

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  29. Great job making a dead old bush look interesting :O)

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  30. Ok, so I just posted another fab thing I learned from YOU in your lab...how to make quick collages!! I am THRILLED that I now know how to do these. Thank you SO much...you are seriously so inspiring. THANK YOU :)

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  31. Thanks Julie, I'm smiling from ear to ear!

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I love reading your little notes, it makes me smile from ear to ear!