The Texture Touch


I must admit I'm having a bit of a love affair with the apples from the Orchard Hill Farm.  Shh... don't tell.  I just can't resist there non uniform shape and varied color. It has been family operated since I can remember and I think that's something to be proud of!



Texture.ology:
  1. Add a subtle purple hue with the french lavender texture blended on soft light with an opacity of 35%
  2. Bright it up with the heirloom 1 texture blended on overlay with an opacity of 20%
  3. Apply a vintage touch with the 1000 miles #1 texture blended on darken with an opacity of 65%



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16 comments :

  1. What fun you must have had doing your mosaic and playing with your texture. I love doing it. Am just now learning how to do a mosaic from scratch. The apples in the basket are beautiful. genie

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    1. Thanks Genie, yes it is a lot of fun!

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  2. Loving the reds in your photos -- I bet those apples taste delicious besides being so photogenic! :)

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    1. yes there are and we were luckily enough to make homemade apple butter with them too!

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  3. Such a warm and dreamy touch in the photos! Thank you for the texture tips:)

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  4. Oh, I just love, love your photos and the look of everything you do!! Everything is so beautiful :) I am so glad you stopped by Chaos & Coffee, I can't wait to look around your blog more!! Have a blessed day!

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    1. Thank you Amanda, glad you're here!

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  5. Fun fall shots and textures.

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  6. Oh cool! Lovin the truck bed & lovin the light texture & color of these... Beautiful =)

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    1. Thanks Tricia, I thought the old truck bed was pretty unique too!

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  7. Lovely photos, and the texture work is dreamy. The angle on the truck is so creative. Thanks for sharing these!

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    1. Awe, thanks Sharon. I always choose my texture application based on the feeling or emotion I want to reflect in the photo.

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  8. Beautiful! Those apples look so appealing.....

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  9. I love how the redness of the apples just pops! So pretty. :)

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  10. Love this collection of images Kristy...the pops of red are beautiful!

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