Tuesday, March 6, 2012

Happy Heart

For my "less words, more images" post, I am sharing the work I did for "Texture Tuesday" this week. The challenge was to use Kim Klassen's "Happy Heart" texture on any image.  I have been working on a couple of projects that have inspired me to dig deep into my trove of images and that's where this shot from Paris came from.


©2012 Dianne Poinski

In addition to some other tweaks and adjustments, I placed Kim's "Happy Heart" texture using the soft light blend mode at 48%. I also added her "Golden" texture at 100% with the soft light blend mode.

I do love photoshop! Here is what this image looked like before I worked on it:


I missed Texture Tuesday last week and finished this image after the deadline to submit, so I thought I would sneak it in here. The theme last week was "White". Here are some more tulips.........

  ©2012 Dianne Poinski

For this image I used Kim's "Silence" texture with the soft light blend mode at 78%. Better late than never.........

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Later this week I will share a story about a near disaster that turned out to have a very happy ending!

9 comments:

  1. Hi Dianne!

    I am so glad you posted those tulips! They're wonderful! They've got a great texture of their own, but Kim's really adds alot to the image.

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  2. Thank you Donna! Don't you love Kim's textures?

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  3. Beautiful!!! Thank you for visiting my Photography blog!!

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  4. I love how some of the tulips are more open...I am so partial to them anyway - I have a collection of old door photos, I think you have inspired me to revisit them!

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  5. Beatiful photos Dianne...Love the white flowers the best!

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  6. Thank you everyone! Angie - thanks for stopping by too, but my fat fingers accidentally deleted your comment! Sorry!

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  7. Love both the Paris window and the white tulips!

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  8. Love the white tulips .....The Paris window image looks fantastic with the texture !

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