Photo Editing

Flowers three shades of purple…

Flowers three shades of purple…

Some pictures of flowers taken today at Eltham Palace Gardens in London.

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Posted by Bren in Floral, Photography, 2 comments
Looking out from Dover Castle

Looking out from Dover Castle

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The above picture was taken looking out from Dover Castle towards St Mary in Castro…

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Almost dreamlike…

Almost dreamlike…

The following photograph was taken at Eltham Court Palace in London, back in June 2013.  I liked the photograph but it needed something special… so I processed this one in Lightroom and then edited it using Topaz Adjust plug-in and finally transferred the photograph into Photoshop to add some textures.

I wanted to create a dream-like feel to the photograph and this was achieved by using the Soft Focus Preset in Topaz Adjust.

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This is how it looked before it went to Topaz Adjust

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And this is the original photograph straight from the camera..

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Don’t you just love software?  I know I do.

Posted by Bren in Landscape, Photography, 0 comments
On Top

On Top

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On top of the Wall – Looking down at the Ocean

Taken at Herne Bay, Kent in September 2013… and is being entered as part of the Weekly Photo Challenge: On Top

 

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Boadicea

Boadicea

Weekly Photo Challenge – Monument

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An Englishman’s home is his castle

An Englishman’s home is his castle

An Englishman’s home is his castle

Back in June we decided we decided one Sunday to return to Nymans,  which was when we normally did our trips out and about,  but the weather forecast was not brilliant so we decided to go out on the Saturday instead.  But the forecast for Saturday was wind and on reading the National Trust site, Nymans was closed due to possible high winds.  So where to go? On viewing the National Trust site, we decided on Bodiam Castle.

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