Amazing Accident

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These shots were pure accident - well, not the SHOTS, but how the processing came out. I found the watercolor textures online, was quick to just open an image to test them out and viola - I LOVE it! :smile:

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I also tried out a couple with photos I took of myself today...

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My logo. :smile:
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Very interesting. The first isn't to my taste but the last 2 are super!...so is your avatar.:wink:
 
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You've proven yourself as a fantastic photographer Stacy. I think it's time you spend more time on the lens side... :wink:
 
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I like these alot, and your self portraits are great. I wish I could take a good picture of myself, then again I am not half as cute as you are LOL
 
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These rock!! I enjoy following your work, you are truly talented.
 
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Thanks so much, guys - yall are the best!

Actually, Gretchen, I wondered if those would work, but I actually used these.

Sorry I didn't get around to linking them earlier - just hopped back on here.
 
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Thanks so much, guys - yall are the best!

Actually, Gretchen, I wondered if those would work, but I actually used these.

Sorry I didn't get around to linking them earlier - just hopped back on here.

Thank you, I can't wait to try these out! Echoing above, you are extremely gifted in your creativity and your photography! Thanks for sharing the creative ideas. :biggrin:
 
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How do you this type of post processing any way of explaining it for me, these are great!

I simply downloaded the textures, opened a photo in Photoshop, put the texture on the layer above the photo and changed the style to 'lighten' and viola! You can experiment with different settings and opacities as well.

Quite simple! :smile:
 

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