Stacy Fischer – One Photo Focus – November


Photography by Helen Chen – processed by RyanPhotography

Doesn’t a month soon fly by… before I realised it, it was already the end of October and time to think about the November Monthly Photo Challenge set by Stacy Fischer of Visual Venturing.  When I first looked at this photo, which was submitted by Helen Chen I didn’t have a clue what to do… but once I turned the picture into black and white… my inspiration came… it was a haunting looking photo … and Halloween just entered my head.  And there is nothing like ghosts to get your imagination to run riot.

In Photoshop I added a ghost like image of a woman standing in the doorway and then decided to add a ghost image of a woman sitting down. The ghost images I used were from Obsidian Dawn and they were created by brush strokes.

16 responses to “Stacy Fischer – One Photo Focus – November”

  1. I like the addition of the ghost people!

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    1. Thank you very much. Halloween gave me inspiration xxx

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  2. You created such moody and dramatic scene. Wonderful edit.

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    1. Thank you very much Cee xx..

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  3. I really love the ghostly image you created!

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    1. Thank you Laura xx

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  4. So spooky and creepy, I love it! 😀

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  5. Perfectly spooky and wonderfully done, Bren! Thanks for sharing the link to Obsidian Dawn. I’ve never used PS brushes before, but I’m going to check into this to see what I can learn 🙂

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    1. Thank you xx I’ve never used brushes for things like this before..so it was a learning curve for me xx

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  6. A wonderful and creative rendition…excellent work! I like it! 🙂

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    1. Thank you very much xx

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    Emilio Pasquale

    This is just amazing Bren. I love it. Those ghosts really add a dimension that takes this image to another dimension!

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    1. Thank you very much xx

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  8. Your photo made my heart skipped a beat… I didn’t expect anything spooky like this. Then like after watching a good scary movie, I am strangely satisfied and “happy”. “Yes! It supposed to be looking like this!” I heard myself saying 😉
    Thank you!

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    1. Thank you Helen… I am glad you liked it.

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