Monday, 4 March 2013

Pineaplple Lilies

Now that 29 Faces has finished I am going to keep Mondays for one of my loves that I haven’t blogged much about - digital manipulation of photos and artworks.

Today I have chosen to use photos from my parched garden.

The pineapple lily is amazing as you can see the land is parched and it is doing the best ever!

I decided to combine the photos and show the feeling of heat.

Variation 1
Variation 2
Variation 3

The software I used was Photoshop and Photoscape.

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  1. Playing with photos is so much fun. Great work.

  2. Great idea, photo manipulation is so fun...

  3. Lovely effects achieved. Great idea to superimpose the images. They sit beautifully together.

  4. Beautiful Sharon! Photoshop is an amazing tool!!

  5. Great shots! Happy MOM!

    I'd also like to invite you to join Orange You Glad It's Friday. It's an Orange meme too and starting March 11, I will be hosting it at Life's sweets and spices. Hope to see you there.

  6. Lovely, wish I knew more about Photoshop.

  7. Great idea, those photos are beautiful!

    Stopping by from Mandarin Orange Monday- hope you can stop by:)

  8. All beautiful and I would have to say variation 2 is my favorite!

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  10. I've never seen pineapple lilies, Sharon. This is a beautiful job of altering the colors. Just gorgeous.

  11. Wow das is a great combination and the variation 3 is my absolute favorite! and yes it is my first time seeing pineapple lilies too ;) LOOOOVE pineapples..yum xox Conny

  12. Hi Sharon!

    Lovely garden photos, also in the previous post! That must be fantastic to have this splendour of colour all year round. The different seasons have their charm too though.

    I have tried to insert the award you gave me to my blog, but it didn't work. I even went to Gloria's blog, but that didn't work either. So I have to see, if I can fix it somehow, but I don't have that much time to spend on my blog at the moment. Just throwing some posts from time to time.

    The 3rd variation with the blue is my favorite!

    Hugs Ilona