Textures WordPress Photo Challenge


Texture
A photograph of an old tree with it’s textured bark at Ashenbank Woods.

Textures are all around us… whether it be leaves on the ground, or the bark on an old tree.  We don’t have to look far before we find textures in a variety of objects.

We can also add textures to an image to create more depth.. textures can come from many places, paving slabs, bricks, tree bark, clouds, plaster and many other things.  Even a photograph of crumpled paper can be used to add texture to an image.

I love playing around with textures in my photographic editing processes.  What about you?  Do you like to use textures on an image?  And what kind of textures do you use in your images?  If you are anything like me, I have my favourites and I tend to stick with those.

7 responses to “Textures WordPress Photo Challenge”

  1. I love how you’ve processed the tree. WOW!

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    1. Thank you Helen xx I was quite surprised how well my phone took that image.

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  2. I’m surprised it was a phone 😊

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    1. I am quite surprised how good the images are from a Galaxy S7. Normally phones don’t get a lot of detail in their images.

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  3. What a stately and lovely tree.
    Stopping by from the Daily Post. I did want to invite you to join this week’s photo linkup at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2017/07/pm-paddle-on-lake.html. The linkup stays open all week long!

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  4. I too like to capture texture and you have here / lovely photo. If photoshop enhances what is lost in translation, so be it!

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    1. Thank you xx Photoshop and Lightroom for me are the digital darkroom.

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