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Triangle Palm Abstract 2

Posted by
Anita (West Nottingham, Pennsylvania, United States) on 22 January 2013 in Abstract & Conceptual.

This is the same image as my last post, but processed differently to achieve a softer, watercolor look.
I used Topaz Simplify Buzz Sim (not sure which one), selective lighten and saturate, contrast.

NIKON D300 3 seconds F/16.0 ISO 125 185 mm


I have been INTERVIEWED three times by photo-buddies:
Artist Connection .

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Mariana Maoduš from Waterloo, Canada

a real painting . wonderful !

22 Jan 2013 10:26am

Lougris from Toulouse, France

j'aime bien celle ci !!:)

22 Jan 2013 12:03pm

Jules from Drayton, United Kingdom

wonderful abstract

22 Jan 2013 12:19pm

Brenda from Canton, United States

Yes - you have definitely achieved a watercolor effect. I like the watery colors and dreamy feel.

22 Jan 2013 2:35pm

bernie kasper from Madison, United States

Really love the effect you took a great image and really transformed it into a wonderful piece of art !!

22 Jan 2013 3:11pm

Arnd from Basel, Switzerland

This really gives the impression of a painting. Love your remarkable post-processing, Anita.

22 Jan 2013 7:33pm

jean pierre from paris, France

bel abstrait!! amitié

23 Jan 2013 3:42pm

rian from vestavia hills, United States

you made it look like a wonderful piece of art! :) nicely done.

23 Jan 2013 5:33pm

Bo Mackison from Madison, United States

Oh that's fun. Love the bright colors, the shapes. I bet you had a lot of fun while you were creating this one -- it just jumps with joy!

25 Jan 2013 2:12am

janina from Australia

Aahh, yes, I prefer this one, anita! Composition and colour. Truly an abstract painting!

25 Jan 2013 8:29am

Marcie from Newton, United States

Beautiful painterly effect!

27 Jan 2013 6:14pm

Julie L. Brown from Indianapolis, Indiana, United States

Wow-both of these look like watercolor paintings! Really nice.

29 Jan 2013 11:21am

3 seconds
ISO 125
185 mm