Sunday, March 15, 2009

More Flower Variations...

I couldn't help myself - I love the effects you can achieve in photoshop, so here are three more variations on Friday's Flower - I hope you enjoy them:



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Well, that's all for today, folks -

I think I'll bring a little humor tomorrow..... :-}

Have a Grate Dey!

OregonArtGuy


12 comments:

Laura said...

I agree it is so much fun manipulating shots and less expensive with Photoshop than the traditional darkroom.

OregonArtGuy said...

Hi Laura - good to see you this morning. Thanks for your comment :-}
Bill

Cris, Artist in Oregon said...

Wow.. Its amazing what you can do with Photoshop. I love the blue and pink flower. Really striking.
Thanks for the nice comment on my blog. This damp..thats with a p.. weather is not helping. :))Come on warm dry weather.

OregonArtGuy said...

Hi Cris - Thanks for stopping by and your comment - I know you aren't up to snuff, so I appreciate it. Have you given any more thought to you and Teresa starting a "Zentangle/TV" club? :-}
seeya,
Bill

Artist Unplugged said...

Cool photos OAG! I like the ones in your previous post today too. I posted a flower today also. (Between me and you, it's from another planet!) Thanks for commenting yesterday...I have a bit of scoliosis too..but not enough to brag about-ha. I do feel your pain.

Carol Dean said...

I believe I like the original best, followed by the first one listed today. Great photograph, Bill :D Thanks for sharing!

Babs (Beetle) said...

Love the first two best :O)

AVCr8teur said...

Love that pink glow. It looks like you shone a light through the flower. Very creative.

OregonArtGuy said...

Unplugged - I find it a bit uncanny that we suffer from a host of similar maladiies - I wonder if it has anything to do with that alien abduction?.... Naw, that's just silly.....
Bill

OregonArtGuy said...

Carol: Good to see you - I liked the first one today becuse I was able to in vert the color to prduce the backlit glow toward the btm center of the flower. Thanks so much for stopping by and commenting :-}
Bill

OregonArtGuy said...

Babs: Thanks for taking the time to stop by - and I'm happy that you liked ANY of them :-}
Bill

OregonArtGuy said...

AVCr8teur: Hi Karen - thanks for your input - I like that too, thanks,
Bill