Texture Touch

Sun-bleached Recipe:
  1. bleach your image with the antique cool texture blended on linear burn with a 60% opacity
  2. add song to the wind with the windsong texture blended on soft light
  3. warm your edges with the worn paper texture blended on soft light at 50% opacity
P.S. The windsong texture is free!

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21 comments :

  1. love the close-up of the cupola. :)

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  2. Very creative photos ~ Wow! ~~Happy TAT ~ Carol (A Creative Harbor)

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  3. beautiful, Kristy, very beautiful work! =)

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  4. Excellent bleached-out effect.
    I like this!

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  5. A great shot with beautiful textures. Perfection.

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  6. (hi again - to answer your question, no, Gem's not expecting. she's a retired brood mare so i'm guessing it's just the angle of the shot and the fact that her belly's held a few babies...) :)

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  7. just beautiful. You've definitely mastered this... Textures is something I still haven't fully wrapped my brain around yet. :) It's hard to get it right and not look overdone - you've got it down though!

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  8. Gorgeous! Love how the sheet music is so very subtle. These make me long for summer...

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  9. Now, that's perfection!

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  10. Beautiful! I just love this! I really need to practice more with textures.

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  11. this is so peaceful and lovely. And all of your photos up top are amazing too. Wow.

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  12. You are all so sweet, thank you!!

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  13. This is so beautiful. Love it.

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  14. Beautiful, creative, wonderful... making me really really want to learn how to use textures!
    Thank You for the inspiration!

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  15. This IS inspiring, and totally beautiful!

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  16. This looks really nice. I love the softness and lightness of it. Beautiful photo!

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  17. Thanks for the recipe! Your work is inspiring! Thanks for joining the Shades of Autumn Challenge. It's been so fun following you!

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  18. I love the subtlety of the close up of the cupola. Just gorgeous.

    Kathy

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  19. Gorgeous shots, lovely processing and stunning use of texture! Love these, Kristy!
    Thanks for joining us in the Shades of Autumn Photo Challenge and for being one of our fabulous sponsors as well. :)

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