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Photo taken in Warkworth, Northumberland. texture added in Photoshop
Thank you for looking
OH WOW! I came to thank you for your comment and I found an extremely beautiful gallery.
Works extremely well Graeme. Has a timeless feel now.
superb aging process, really excellent detail, well done
Beautifully done and you chose the perfect photo for the job. Nice one indeed. helen x
Nice image. i like the texturing, it gives it a really old look.
Very effective work.
Lovely tones and textures graeme. Nice work.
Great texturing like an old master
Good treatment, looks like something to be found on 'Antiques Roadshow'.
Very atmospheric, moody and not totally welcoming. Like this treatment a lot.
Superb treatment here.
The texture really adds to the aged effect.
nice work graeme, looks old like me,
What a lovely texture
I like it. It works well.
Oh yes! This harsh treatment has resulted in a very interesting image. I like this very much.
Like the treatment
I love how you did it in PS Graeme. I hope someday, I could learn it too. Skillfully done.
Has that old canvas effect.Very well composed Graeme.
Great work Graeme nice effect
I like what you have done with this
Love the image and the effect is great. - gary
Excellent shot, really like the effect
creative and artistic.. so very beautiful...
Excellent image G, i works very nicely indeed...Bev
Very strong image. This looks the sort of image that could be very commercially successful. Great processing.
Wow! Fab shot, love the textures, very very effective! Well done, Melissa
Love the texture...looks like on old canvas....
Excellent treatment and sepia which makes this image look aged
Love the effect you have achieved here, a superb image
I love how you texture your shots.
effect really works with this shot
This effect is superb, great shot
Great image very effective treatment
stunning image graeme
Very effective spot on
I won't even pretend to know just how you managed this and I use PSP. Just love the feel of this quite magic...
This is an OOOOOoohhh like the tea. It is so well done and so effective. Love it.
I echo others feelings about the 'aged' feel. Very atmospheric. Do you use found textures or do you create them specifically for each image ? Really interesting stuff.
very nice work.
This has a strangely magical appeal. I like the process you have used.
Great processing! Works very well!
Wow, a first class 'fine art' image. It should be in a gallery. It looks like an old image from 1850!
Love the treatment on this Graeme, looks like an early image from a Daguerre plate.
Very nice treatment.
Wonderful comp superbly produced.
An excellent image, the treatment is very effective.
Fabulous texture & love the simplicity of the image.
Think I missed this one while our internet was down ( storm) Did you by any chance, use bark texture for the bg-- It does remind me of bark, Highly appropriate and superbly done--
Glad I did not miss it entirely1
It is a Texture of dried Paint thank you for looking everyone
unusal treatment, interesting gallery, and many thanks for your regular comments.
Fantastic feel to this.
My fingers starting to ache Graeme from all this voting. A superb set of images. Chris C
Excellent image Graeme
I love this treatment Graeme..it makes the image somehow look old !
Incredible work - Jude.
very clever manipulation, Sue
Like a painting in an old, old chapel. Surrealistic.
Excellent. This is the type of effect I would love to create.
old master feel........Love it
yes I agree with jolli...this would be a fine print!
Oh wow! I want to take a blanket and cushions and go and sleep under that tree for a hundred years.
Love the treatment on this!
Nice treatment,works well.
Great use of the texture and overall treatment.
awe-inspiring treatment - well worth every single vote
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