Just for Fun

I took one of the photos from my previous post, started applying photocopy effect, mesed with hue/sat big time, changed the blend modes and added a lighting effect.  Gives it a completely different look.


~ by victry1 on January 28, 2010.

14 Responses to “Just for Fun”

  1. Please remind us with a before shot to compare this after with?

  2. I am loving the effects, it gives it a surreal fantasy look! It also enhances the contrast between light and shadows…love this! Nice playing!!!!

  3. Eleanor! I like this a lot! What really takes front and center is the sunlight, when it wasn’t all that apparent in the other photo. Only thing is, the woods take on a foreboding atmosphere. Yet, there is sunlight on the hill beyond. 😀 If this had been on a summer day, verses wintertime, the depth of the woods might have offered a cool reprieve from the hot sunshine.

    • Thanks Iona. Some of the light is coming from the light effects in PSE6. I just started playing around and kinda liked that dark foreboding look. 🙂 Matched the weather today! But, I bet in the summer, it’s a very refreshing place to be.

  4. Nicely done!

  5. I like it! This looks like a fairy tale woods, the kind one only enters because of a desperate need and a stout heart.

  6. Hi Eleanor,

    I like this picture! It looks like a land of fantasy. Have a great day!


  7. One has to wonder what is lurking in the shadows. love the result!

  8. You have performed wonders with this photo. It was a good representation of winter in the woods and then you punched it up into a fairytale setting.

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