The Texture Touch


I am bewitched by spring on the plains. The lush greens of the grassy fence lines and rich browns of soil ready to be planted have me in a daydream. For few a moments I can abandon summer and step back into spring.
 bands of silver

texture.ology

  1. Pull the antique cool texture over your image and select the overlay blending mode 
  2. Duplicate the texture layer and change the 2nd layer's blending mode to multiply at a reduced opacity of about 40% 
  3. Add the 1000 miles #1 texture as the third texture layer
  4. Select the linear burn blending for the layer and set the opacity to 45%



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20 comments :

  1. So pretty and refreshing!

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  2. Love the texture on this image...perfect!

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  3. Very nice! Thanks for sharing.

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  4. So lovely- makes me yearn for something different.

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  5. Beautiful. Love the texture.

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  6. This is beautifully done. Love the texture.

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  7. Great idea.. I should start publishing some of my spring images to cool things off! Thank you for sharing at YSB this week. xo

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    1. Wouldn't that be great it caught on? We could have a spring break in the middle of summer!

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  8. I wouldn't mind revisiting spring either...if that would mean we would get some more rain.

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    1. Oh yes, a revisit to Spring mush include rain!

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  9. so cool. love the textures. (:

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  10. Your processing enhances the loveliness of this image!!

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  11. Love this:)
    ~Jennifer

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  12. Oh! These are so beautiful! I'm so glad I found you--love learning new techniques. . .

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  13. Stunning texture and beautiful mood! Thank you for sharing and for linking up with Tones on Tuesday!

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    1. Thanks Emily, you know I love those greyish green tones

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  14. Beautifully edited. You made the image of the barn look even more endearing.

    Cheers! Visiting from Finagle a Foto.

    http://turningboholano.blogspot.com/2012/07/cycles-of-life.html

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  15. LOVE THIS. Antique cool is one of my favorites! Thank you so much for linking up to Love Bug!!

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