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Hello my amazing Flickr friends !
Today is a pink or purple day at Color my World Daily and we have a very awesome theme at Smile on Saturday: composite images.
I must admit it wasn’t an easy one for me. I’m truly a huge fan of composite images and I would love to be able to create awesome pictures and magical composite worlds… Unfortunately I’m not very skillful at picture manipulation and I rarely use composite pictures in my photos. Maybe that is something I should learn. This theme is perfect for starting this learning process. And here we have this composite flying world which doesn’t make sense at all. Maybe it is an alcohol induced vision which was in my head, who knows ? I hope you will like it and I hope it will make you smile ! Of course it involves an egg... floating egg.
Mucho, mucho amor for you all !!
Thank you so much for all your lovely comments / favs/ general support / happy thoughts!! Stay safe and well!!
I've never seen a moon in the sky that, if it didn't take my breath away, at least misplaced it for a moment. - Colin Farrell
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Composite of a Little Owl, inspired by my Flickr Friend PK
For Smile on Saturday "composite image" theme.
Well that was a steep learning curve. I've played about with adding textures, but trying to make a whole new image from 3 different photos was totally new to me, but fun.
I started with the picture of the girl on the edge of the cliff near Beachy Head, added the Went Hill tree and then an image of the moon that I took last April. I think I might have got carried away with my Photoshop bird brushes from Trudy Kepke!
It's a "two for one" today! I couldn't decide which one to post!
Captured at the Lyman Estate Greenhouse in Waltham.
Composite of a Supermoon image with a long exposure taken on the Southern California coast on an overcast day. Processed with Photoshop, Lightroom and a cloud overlay texture.
They are actually the same bird in different positions one flipped and placed given a tonal b/g and painterly edit I left the little twig as I thought it frames them :)
our planet - the alien planet... seen east of Valley of Dreams, New Mexico
This is a composite and many thanks to Brad Prudhon for sharing his fine background picture with me! Here's the link to his original photo flic.kr/p/2hK1Sq7
Composite nighttime fantasy of the Milky Way and the falls above Zion valley's Emerald Pools. Processed with Lightroom and Photoshop.