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Echinacea Macro with Two Textures

Posted by
Anita (West Nottingham, Pennsylvania, United States) on 27 August 2009 in Plant & Nature and Portfolio.

Had fun playing with this one!
Used two textures: Canvas Wall Ervin Bartis, and Paper Rose by pareeerica. Also used Topaz Detail filter on original image.

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Barbara Kile from Ft. Worth, United States

You nailed this one! Exquisite!

27 Aug 2009 5:08am

Dulcie from Danville, CA, United States

One of if not THE best...great marriage between flower and textures. Just the right choice I think. This one is simultaneously simple, rich, subtle and sophisticated....in my humble opinion.

27 Aug 2009 5:45am

ClaudiaBCN from Barcelona, Andorra

Hi Anita, congrats to this amazing work ! Love the colours and textures !

27 Aug 2009 7:40am

@ClaudiaBCN: Thank you so much.

Frida from Sweden

Beautiful colors and textures.

27 Aug 2009 8:57am

Gloria from Spain

ohhh! parece una pintura. Yo pinto. Preciosa

27 Aug 2009 10:08am

@Gloria: Gracias.

Ed Vatza from Lehigh Valley, PA, United States

Ahh, back to the textured background. I love it. I like the placement in the frame but am still wondering if you tried this with flower moved a bit down and to the right so the flower would be leaning into the frame more rather than leaning out? Just curious.

27 Aug 2009 10:21am

@Ed Vatza: I know exactly what you mean about the flower leaning out instead of in. I remember thinking that when I took the photo, and deciding to do it this way--but now don't remember why. Maybe I'm just stuborn.

Susan from Fort Lauderdale, FL, United States

the texture really adds to this otherwise gorgeous shot..... Nice work!!!! and i think it looks great, leaning just as it is..... although, it would be interesting to see with Ed's suggestion......

27 Aug 2009 11:38am

Mary from Exton, United States

Terrific image and treatment!

27 Aug 2009 12:35pm

Sue from Paducah, United States

I am enjoying your texture work.

27 Aug 2009 1:17pm

Marilla from Turku, Finland

Fantastic! Really skillful processing.

27 Aug 2009 4:08pm

@Marilla: Thank you!

manel from Girona, Spain

magnífico. Buen resultado.

27 Aug 2009 8:09pm

@manel: Gracias.

Betty from Phillipsburg, United States

Love your post processing in the last few shots, Anita. Really beautiful! Can't wait to see more.

27 Aug 2009 10:31pm

Steve from Camdenton, United States

Nice work...looks like the 'fun' is paying off on wonderful photos such as this.

28 Aug 2009 6:23am

Sriram from Chennai, India

amazing colors!! Beautiful!

28 Aug 2009 9:52am

@Sriram: Thank you.

Ronnie 2¢ from Atlantic Shores, United Kingdom

You have turned these into a distinctive art form all of your own and each posting is a delight.

28 Aug 2009 5:03pm

Magda from Vancouver, Canada

Wow! Love it!!! I want that lens! :)

29 Aug 2009 7:12am

Tomas Turecek from Czech Republic

A pre delight. This is not a flower photography anymore, this is a true ART!

30 Aug 2009 7:38am

Bethany from Michigan, United States

Very cool textures. You've done a nice job here.

4 Sep 2009 12:19pm

Tracy from La Selva Beach, United States

Gorgeous!

5 Sep 2009 5:36am

Gina from Coatesville, United States

Simply beautiful in its simplicity, Anita.

15 Nov 2009 1:56am

Phil Vaughn from United States

I like the photo and the processing. It would make a great greeting card image. Nicely done!

28 Mar 2011 3:38am