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Abstract Flowers III

By webjam
Another image in the Abstract Flowers serie. Overlaying photographs I want to create an abstract image while still keeping the sense of the flowers.
It is not very easy to judge these collages to me, there are not many shapes left, just swatches of colour and softness - just experimenting.

Tags: Digitally manipulated

Voters: GregorP, noseprints, csurry and 16 more

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noseprints 13 576
8 Feb 2005 5:46AM
looks clean like fingers in suds. nice bright shot. like the details and composition.

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rnixon 13 180
8 Feb 2005 6:29AM
Love the colours. Soft, floaty image, if you understand what I mean.
This would look great blown up really big.

turtle1 13 41 United Kingdom
8 Feb 2005 7:35AM
Lovely shot - beautiful subtle tones and colours
loweswood 12 317 England
8 Feb 2005 10:42AM
Can we have a button to say...Just click on whatever you put up! I love all your flowers.
Isabelle 12 36
8 Feb 2005 11:14AM
This is a lovely series - don't know how I missed the others, looking forward to more now!
UserHasLeft 14 654
8 Feb 2005 11:52AM
Delicate and dreamy with a hint of apple. No 2 my fav so far, Jacqueline, but all are lovely Smile
riprap007 12 1.6k 37 England
8 Feb 2005 1:30PM
excellent image and work
annaliese 12 421 1 United Kingdom
8 Feb 2005 2:47PM
very delicate, would look great printed on sheer silk,

deavilin 13 343 1 United Kingdom
9 Feb 2005 12:45AM
Interseting idea, puts a lovely aray of shapes and muted colours together and you still keep the hint of the original shape yes I like thisSmile

Good workSmile

jan 1 13 12 Netherlands
9 Feb 2005 1:45AM
Superb combined structures.
What Photo enhange program do you use, Jacqueline ?
Very good work again.
webjam 13 292 11 Netherlands
13 Feb 2005 10:36AM
Hi Jan, it is just the old familiar Photoshop version 6.
Thank you all for your comments,
steve neil 13 597 Australia
13 Feb 2005 10:27PM
Keep experimenting Jacqueline - this is good work. Are you familiar with all the blending options in the layers menu? I use them myself often in my design work and can spend hours with just 2 images and all the different ways they can be merged into one Smile

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