I thought I would attempt another lovely texture over one of my flower photos. This texture, 'Serendipity' was provided by the talented Kim Klassen. I wanted to change the original camellia photo into one that looked like a flower within a water color painting. I think I managed to achieve a little of this effect.
The photo was changed by adding --- 2 layers of texture 'serendipity.'
--- the 'multiply' blending mode was used on both layers.
--- Layer 1 had 100% opacity.
--- Layer two had 20% opacity.
Camellia photo with Kim Klassen's 'Serendipity' texture.
What do you think?
A certain family member, who shall remain nameless, says it looks like the flower has gone "rotten!"
Yes, I do know camellias can go a little brown on the edges if their petals are handled when picked and I think that was what was meant! Maybe it needed an additional texture layer, particularly in the upper left to soften the leaves....?
Anyway, this is a fun process. It is only my second attempt at it, so there is still much to be learnt!
There is a Texture party and giveaway as well....
Please click on the "Texture Tuesday" photo link on the side of my blog to take you to Kim's site and also to see other participants' photos with textures, enjoy......