The Textured Touch


Recipe:
  1. layer on the wander warm texture
  2. set the blending mode to darker color and the opacity to 30%
  3. add the sparks warm texture on top
  4. set the blending mode to soft light and the opacity to 75%
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28 comments :

  1. Kristy, both of these are wonderful, but the one on the right is pure magic. What a magnificent composition, and as always, your processing is so very beautiful.

    Thank you so much for sharing with us this week at The Creative Exchange.

    Have a wonderful day!

    lisa.

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    1. You're such a sweetheart Lisa, thank you!

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  2. Beautiful work, Kristy. I love the vines. So pretty. :)

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  3. These are beautiful!

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  4. Oh my- those are really really pretty.

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  5. Oh beautiful, love your texture work!

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  6. The lighting is just perfect, Kristy. Lovely treatment. :)

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  7. Beautiful images both....the one on the right really appeals with those dangling vines.

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  8. In the tones that I just adore. A winner. V

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  9. i love these beautiful, golden, warm colours!

    very nicely done:)

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  10. wow these are gorgeous...i can't decide which one i like better!

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  11. These are lovely! I want to live there! So peaceful and serene!

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  12. These are stunning! The texture is stunning!

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  13. Fantabulous editing... love the warm colors... the vines are fantastic!

    Thanks so much for joining this week's Barn Charm =)

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  14. What a lovely setting! It looks like Fall... oh I miss fall. ;)

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    1. This was taken in the fall on a long country drive with my Mother. I take so many photographs in the fall (it's my favorite season) that is takes me months and months to share them all.

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  15. oh, wow.... that is just heavenly looking. great shot. thanks, for sharing at Bluff Area Daily. i will come back again soon to see your work. you truly have a wonderful gift. wow. (:

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  16. I just love them great shots and editing. Whose textures are you using? They look really nice.

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    1. Saun, I design a line a textures. You can find them by clicking on the in the recipe or visiting the boutique tab on the menu.

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  17. these are so beautiful Kristy! I love your ability to pair pictures together and I really love the close up of the ivy in the pic on the right--beautiful tones and color!

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  18. oh and I'm totally following you on Pinterest now :)

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    1. Be warned, I'm addicted to pinning and create boards. Thanks for the follow Jaymi!

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  19. Excellent photographs and post-processing.

    Regards and best wishes

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  20. What a lovely barn, and wonderful shots of it. :-)

    Noteworthy Musings

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  21. Love this! I want to go there. Stunning texture, tones and visual interest. Thank you for sharing and for linking up with Tones and Tuesday!

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  22. I found your lovely blog...just clicking around...and so happy I did. Just adore olde wood, olde barns, olde most anything..and adore textures on images.
    Your menu helps a good deal for your texture treatment.
    Have joined your blog...and will be here a while I am thinking.

    Rose

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