Monday, August 18, 2008

MM (I forget which number)

This is actually a blend of four pictures.  Don't have time this morning to dig them all up but, this is the results.  I thought I had posted this on a blog when I first did it but, darned if I could find it.  Anyway, I blended the pictures then used the holgaish effect in picnik.  Then changed it to Sepia...

Have to work in Southern Pines today.  Bit of a ride from here.  Y'all take care and have a good one.

 

18 comments:

  1. Hmm,...very interesting blending! You did an excellent job here!! If you hadn't said it was 4 shots I would have had a difficult time knowing that!!

    Bravo!!!

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  2. I have so got to learn how to blend images! All I can manage is cut & paste... but what you've produced here is exactly what I'd like to be doing myself.
    Lovely work... very ethereal and 'otherworldly'. :)

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  3. Gosh Linda, that looks a bit spooky indeed! Great job you did, you got layering down to a tee now haven't you!
    Thanks for coming by mine.

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  4. Looks so scary...but you guys look great

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  5. I love the spanish moss, however you did it .. was it a layer itself? .. that's wonderful and rather ghostly

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  6. Spooky, but fantastic job, Linda....

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  7. ahhh I love southern pines not far from fayettenam er ville use to drink out there close to camp mcall..what a wickedly kewl shot you have done with you and mortica and the sepia is hard to beat for this it keeps the shot warm feeling ..and i must say you are coming along nicely with your layering

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  8. You're right Gary, it is very close to Fayetteville, Ft. Bragg. I'm about an hour from there. We lived in Fayettville when I was younger. I would love to go to one of the airshows there sometime and get some shots.

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  9. LOL Looks like you are in a haunted area! Great idea for this shot. I am still learning to work with opacity and layers to make things come out looking right! LOL Great job.

    Click for Empress C's Mono

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  10. Nicely spooky and ethereal effect Linda.

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