Thursday, August 2, 2018

A Retrospective...



Sooo...
I've been experimenting with old photos,
new processing!!!




Playing with desaturation of color and some selective coloring...


A pensive moment...using a processing preset...


Remembering Daisy...RIP...
(Kelly's alive and well!)


Playing with grain...vignette...etc...



Playing with crop, shadows and light...



Going spooky!!!



33 comments:

  1. Beautifully done! My favourite is those horses.

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  2. Thank you William! They’re actually Mules!

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  3. Good Jobs!
    My favorites are the lotus blossoms series. :)
    And my impression (especially for 4th, 6th and 10th (last one)) is that they seem like taken at the old good monochromatic film era.

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    1. Thank you ShiroYuki! The lotus blossoms were taken at least 10 years ago...but I've always loved them and decided to play with the processing! And yes...that vintage look was my goal on those shots!

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  4. Nicely done, the lotus are beautiful.

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  5. I can't even pick out which I like best, very clever editing of old photos. Sweet babi Daisy, what a lovely girl. Fantastic cropping on the car.

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    1. Thank you Jeanna! Daisy was a sweet girl...she is missed, even though we have a beautiful Golden now too!

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  6. I like your edits. Most of us (me included) are guilty of over-saturation. Your desat edits here are beautiful. I also really like the grain/vignette edits that give give the photos that cool old-timey look!

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  7. I particularly like the framing of your second car shot. Nice!

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  8. ...love that Chevy, cars were works of art back then.

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    1. I agree Tom...they were so much more interesting looking then rather than the designs today!!!

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    1. Thank you Robert! No rhyme or reason for my selection other than I was moved to play with processing for them again!!!

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  10. What a fine selection of photos!

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  11. Great series of images! The dog and the last house are my favorites.

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  12. several great shots here. Love the rainy window :)

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  13. Very nice! I like the rainy window too. So many images, so many distractions!

    Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

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  14. Really nice photos Kathy! Love the b&w of course. You did something with the color photos, but were conservative. Just right!
    Sometimes, by the time people are done processing they look more like paintings than photos...

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    1. Thanks Pat! Desaturation with a little bit of selective colorization on those lotus blossoms!

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  15. Those are beautiful! I've played around a bit with desaturation, too. Nice black and whites!

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  16. Tremendously blessed with art of photography my friend!!!!!!

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