Kind of dim, and you can see all the clutter in the background. Add to that the fact that my hands shake, and . . . well, it's a challenging situation! But that's what makes it fun, trying to make something good come out. So here's one:
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I used two of Flypaper's new textures on this pic -- Tiepolo and Trapeza. For this particular one, it wasn't too hard to get the background dark and then go from there. The second one, I wanted to be more abstract:
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I wish there were a way to emphasize the curves more -- that's what I liked about the image. Anyone have any ideas? I tried filters like poster edges, paint daubs, etc., but in the end I liked the unadorned picture.
Finally, I did one with three flowers. Here's the original:
These flowers were outside the main exhibit hall but still have a bunch of messiness in the background. Here's the finished product:
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I like the way this one came out, though I wish there were more leaves -- I guess I could clone some in, but . . .
Does anyone else enjoy heading out with your camera to flower society shows? What kind of results are you able to get?