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frankenstein !

By hebdens
Did I create a monster, I soon will know.
I've been trying to work with textured layers to create something a bit arty and this is my first attempt that I am willing to show anyone !
Thanks for looking,
Tracy

Tags: Poppy Flower Manipulated Flowers and plants Digitally manipulated

Voters: VIKI, franS, franken and 11 more


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franken Plus
13 3.9k 4 Wales
25 May 2010 9:05AM
Lovely work here.

Ken

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JPatrickM 9 2 United Kingdom
25 May 2010 9:24AM
I think this one works well. It made me stop and look, and I usually bypass "arty" stuff. I think the unconnected stems and out-of-focus flower bud contribute to the composition, and the colours are good. Well done.
Patrick
hebdens 10 5
25 May 2010 10:25AM
Thankyou for the comments, maybe I shall have to rename it !
Tracy
nice work!
Paulo
shandoor 7 1 United Kingdom
25 May 2010 1:28PM
Super image and works very well indeed
Alexa
wyatturp 10 2 England
25 May 2010 7:38PM
well done T not easy to do , but that's the fun of photography, one step at a time, has a nice feel to the picture

DougSmilex
taggart Plus
12 46 13 United States
25 May 2010 9:33PM
Looks a lovely print on textured paper--- Nice one!
JEnnnnnn
hebdens 10 5
27 May 2010 8:32AM
really appreciate the feedback,will keep experimenting with the textures, not as easy as I would have hoped for .
Tracy
DRicherby 7 269 725 United Kingdom
29 Jun 2010 8:45PM
The texture works very well so, overall, I'd say that the experiment was successful. I'm not so sure about the original shot, though. The apparently angled camera is good and the flower is perfectly placed but I find the straight stalk rather intrusive. Strong lines that cut the picture in two seldom help a photograph, I think.

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