I just had to create a digital art piece which involved snow, a Christmas tree and of course a classy lady..
Again I have used three different processing techniques each with varying degrees of light and saturation…
There is nothing more magical to see than a howling wolf under the moonlight.. Lately I have been doing a lot of composite images… and I decided to create two images… from the wolf and moonlight, with various processing techniques. And I thought they would be ideal for this week’s WordPress Photo Challenge: Magic.
For this set of images I used the Oil Paint Filter in Photoshop before doing my final processing in Lightroom.
Both of our visits to Doddington Place, this year and last year were Easter Time… and back in Spring 2015… the rhododendrons, magnolias and tree blossom were springing into life..
As summer fades here in the UK and we are heading towards Autumn and its wonderful fall colours… I think of those cold dismal winter days, were it rains and rains and rains some more… and how I wish spring would arrive. I love winter on cold frosty mornings and the winter sun… I love the snow (if we ever get any) and how it changes everything… even barren untidy places start to glisten in the newly laid snow, but I hate the heavy rain and dark thunderous clouds… I don’t even mind if we have the odd light but constant rain… no thanks you can keep it.
Have a great weekend everyone…
When people talk of panoramic shots they think of landscapes and rolling hills. Just like I did. Anyway today I was going through our collection of photographs from Morden Hall Park and I came across these two pictures.
This tree was absolutely massive and I can remember trying to sit on a bench and capture this tree in one shot and it didn’t work out… anyway I borrowed hubby’s camera as he had the large lens on it and took two photographs of the tree and had the vision of stitching these two photographs together.
Well to cut a long story short when I got home, I made the fateful mistake of not shooting in manual mode and the shutter speeds were different… so I just put away those photographs until today, and then I thought I would try to see if I could do it in Photoshop CC2014.
And lo and behold I did manage to stitch them together, and with a bit of cloning here and there and a few adjustments in Lightroom, I ended up with this finished picture. Hope you like it.
As you walk towards the Old Castle at Scotney from the main house, there is an incline down to the castle. Just a few feet down this incline… is a lovely spot with a semi-circular bench where you can take in the views of the countryside.
The photograph below is of those hills in the distance and down in the lower fields are the sheep grazing and getting ready for lambing.
As I turned to walk back down to the castle there is a tree that is just starting to get its new shoots… It really felt like spring was in the air… even though it was bitterly cold.
This twisted tree as photographed at Sheffield Park Gardens in May 2014 and is entered as part of the Weekly Photo Challenge – Twist
As we strolled, or more in my case ambled, around Wakehurst Place on Sunday, I came across this tree and what caught my eye was the bare roots… amongst the thick roots were these tiny twisted roots that seemed to delicate to hold up this giant tree.
Taken: 21st April, 2013
Location: Wakehurst Place
Camera: Canon EOS11o0D
F Stop: f/11
Focal Length: 55mm
Max Aperture: 5