01 November 2011

Frangipannis for summer fragrances, and zingy colour too.

From the original photograph of frangipannis in a bowl, I'd inverted it and then made colour changes created with various hue and saturation applications.  Also a lighting effect was used.

Duplicated the flowers, and shifted each layer to fill the page.  

Further duplication of each layer, for added depth of colour.

Finishing touch was the mask.

Here is the original, with differing mask added.

Linking here with Lisa's new site for The Creative Exchange this week:


Pieces of Sunshine said...

A very creative effect...although I do love the colours and light of the original.

queen of rainbow said...

both photos are really interesting

thanks for dropping by and the comment :)

lisa said...

Carole, this gorgeous!! What an amazing work of art. I love the original, but I love the wonderful blues also. so nicely done!

Thank you so much for sharing this at The Creative Exchange.

Have a wonderful day!


TexWisGirl said...

beautiful. the first looks like fabric.

Rosie said...

How interesting and so creative!

Jan Castle said...

Soooo pretty and they smell wonderful...our daughter has one growing on her back patio - red here in Florida.

Evelyn S. said...

Oh...how creative! And colorful! Love it, Carole!

Hilda R.B said...

Beautiful works. Great job!

Bridget Larsen said...

wow that is amazing, ok now I've answered my own question and you do use software, So which one do you use?
I just bought photoshop elements 9. I have never used it before, having a hard time finding free online tutorials for it already grrr