The Texture Touch: Winter Berry


Winter Berry


texture.ology:
  1. add the enchanted overlay #4 over your photograph
  2. set the blending mode of the overlay to softlight
  3. add the champagne overlay #4 to the top
  4. set the blending mode of this layer to color burn



I snipped these winter berry sprigs from my front garden. I am always grateful to find even the smallest amount of color during the muted winter season. Have you found any berries growing near you this winter too?

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22 comments :

  1. Love these! Such soft pretty tones! Thanks for linking up with Project 52!

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    1. thanks, glad to be sharing with project 52. I need to update my the project rewind link to project 52.

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  2. I love the softness and pretty texture. What a peaceful photo!

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    1. Thank you Sharon. I'm drawn to textures of aged or torn paper and raw twine or jute.

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  3. So lovely, you are very talented!!! <3

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    1. That means a lot coming friend a talented friend like you!

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  4. So pretty- it just has the whole mood of winter!!

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    1. Thanks Gina, I think has that peaceful marriage winter has with the sun.

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  5. This is really pretty! As always. You never disappoint! : )

    I hope you can stay nice and cozy indoors during this freezing cold weather. Thank you so much for joining us at Communal Global for Tuesday's around the World. We love seeing you every week. You always have the most beautiful pictures to share.

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    1. Awe, that is the sweetest thing to say. I am also happy be a part of it!

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  6. This is so beautifully done. You are so knowledgeable. I appreciate you sharing Now I just have to figure out what an overlay is and how to use it in photoshop, giggle. hopping over from Sarah's and leaving some ♥

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  7. So pretty ! I think I have this shrub at my house. Cant remember what it's called. LOL

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  8. Very Beautiful! I luv the softness the photos reflect.

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  9. So beautiful. I love your photography style.

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    1. Thank you Sarah, that means a lot coming friend a talented friend like you

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  10. I love the simple beauty of this... the twine, the splash of red from the berries. So pretty!

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  11. I haven't seen a lot of green lately, so this photo really stands out! Beautiful work!

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  12. how very beautiful!
    ~Linda

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