An impressionistic paint effect to pink roses photographed at Lullingstone Castle in Kent. Camera Settings Camera: Canon EOS 1100DLens: Canon EF-S18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS IIF/Number: f/5.0ISO: 100 Focal Distance: 45mmShutter Speed: 1/250secSoftware: Adobe Lightroom CC, Photoshop and Topaz StudioPhotographer: Bren Ryan Posted as Part of Cee's Flower of the Day Photography Challenge
A photograph of a corn flower, given a powder effect in Photoshop. Camera: Canon EOS 600DLens: Canon EF-S55-250mm f/4-5.6 IS II F/Number: f/5.0ISO: 100 Focal Distance: 109 mmShutter Speed: 1/50 secSoftware: Adobe Lightroom Classic and PhotoshopPhotographer: Bren Ryan Posted as Part of Cee's Flower of the Day Photography Challenge.
A photograph of pink flowers photographed at Rosemoor Gardens and processed with a paint effect. Camera: Canon EOS 600DLens: Canon EF-S55-250mm f/4-5.6 IS IIF/Number: f/8.0ISO: 100 Focal Distance: 131 mmShutter Speed: 1/15 secSoftware: Adobe Lightroom CC & Adobe Photoshop Posted as part of Cee's Flower of the Day Photography Challenge.
A photograph of a bottle brush plant photographed at Hall Place in London, given a powder paint effect in Photoshop. Posted as Part of Cee's Flower of the Day Photography Challenge.
A photograph of yellow flowers photographed at Hall Place in London, given a powder paint effect in Photoshop. Posted as Part of Cee's Flower of the Day Photography Challenge.
A photograph of a purple flower photographed at Hall Place in London given a power paint effect in Photoshop. Posted as Part of Cee's Flower of the Day Photography Challenge. Have a Merry Christmas Everyone and a Happy New Year.
A photograph of a pink flower photographed at the Palace of Fine Arts in San Francisco given a Paint Effect in Photoshop. Posted as part of Cee's Flower of the day photography challenge
For this weeks Weekly Prompt Photo Challenge - Food for thought I thought I would play around with a photograph of strawberries and cream.
I can't believe it is over three years since we went to Yosemite National Park... And boy was we in for a marvellous surprise. The landscape is beautiful and the River Merced as it flows through Yosemite is purely enchanting. I started out with an image with a few basic Lightroom Adjustments And then processed … Continue reading Yosemite National Park
On one of our trips to the many gardens we visit, Pashley Manor in East Sussex, in this case; I came across this vibrant dahlia with the grounds. I liked the image and decided to give it an oil paint effect.. And that is where my editing stopped. I knew I wanted to take this … Continue reading Playing around with a Dahlia
Whilst looking back over previous photo challenges that WordPress curates and I found one called Path. A path comes in many shapes and forms, like the image above. Which is of a wooden bridge. A path is made by using different materials that enable a person to walk across an area with ease. It could be concrete, decking, timber planks, … Continue reading WPC – Path – Wooden Bridge Over the Coe
Another week and another photography challenge from the WordPress Team. And the topic for this week's challenge is called Wish. And boy am I wishing for spring and summer to arrive early. Last year for me was to put it bluntly horrendous. What with not being able to go out and about. Yes, I had the … Continue reading Weekly Photo Challenge Wishing
For just under £10 a month, I subscribe to the Creative Cloud and Lightroom Photography Package and personally for me, it suits my needs as I get both Lightroom and Photoshop. However Lightroom Mobile is another thing. I do wish Adobe would give Android users the same features that are available to iPad and iPhone users. Android … Continue reading Using Adobe’s Photoshop Mix App with Lightroom Mobile
To create the above photograph, I started out in Lightroom. To the dahlia I cropped the image and then did a few minor edits to the image. Over-processing the image at this point was one thing I didn't want to do, as I knew I would be giving it an Oil Paint Effect in … Continue reading Pom Pom Dahlia from Lullingstone – Oil Paint Effect