It’s a Photograph
It’s the contrast that attracts – between modern and classic; between warm and cool; between rectangular and curving.
It’s the frame within the frame.
It’s the symmetrical balance.
It’s the feeling that you are peering through to a hidden world – one with a shimmering underwater atmosphere, cool and icy.
It’s the story-telling possibilities – of another magical realm, there at the furthest reaches of our eyesight.
It’s a photograph; a vision; a story.
What do you see?
Texture Tuesday Processing
- Process my midtone contrast action to bring out the textures of the bricks
- Add the Teatime texture, blend mode set to Linear Burn. Mask the glass portion of the window to remove the texture from the reflection.
- Add the Stained Linen texture and desaturate. Set blend mode to Soft light.
- Add a Levels adjustment to increase overall contrast, especially in the highlights.
Below are the Photoshop layers palette and the original image:
Linking with Texture Tuesday, hosted by Kim Klassen. My thoughts are with Kim and her family as they face this difficult time together.