I pointed the camera around the house to do some creative imagery with what was at hand since almost constant rains had put shooting outside on hold. I decided to work with this teapot of carnations and see how many ways I could process the same image. Carnations always take me back to high school dances and corsages; they are simple sweet flowers. This is version one edited in Lightroom with a preset named vintage flair then finished with some levels adjustments along with cloning out the curtains that were behind the flowers using PSE.
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Lovely photo, great use of depth of field.
Thank you very much. Going to see how many different looks I can get out of it.
Thank you 🙂
Very nice….If the weather does not cooperate, you find another way. Cheers!
Have to keep clicking 😉
Just because the sun is in hiding, doesn’t mean we can bring its colors into the house. These carnations would brighten any room. Your photo sure lit up my screen! 🙂
Then I am very happy because of that. The teapot was a gift that I re-purposed as a little flower pot now that I try to fill often with color.
Love your skills!
Thanks you 🙂 Three more versions coming up!
Great work, Teri..I will take a look the rest 🙂
Thanks, Indah 🙂