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Apple Tree in Lane
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September 12, 2014
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This is great! I really like it. Good composition, great subject and fitting manipulation. If you could share with us a bot what did you do to the photo? 

September 13, 2014
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Thanks……..i don’t actually remember alot how i had done it. But it was in the same place as that one of the lane with trees. Same place.

I used a tripod early morning, a little bit of fog was still there. A security guard came along and chased me out! But I had already gotten the photo.

I used the same texture i used on all of them. A close up of some wall paper at my mothers house. Nothing highly unusual, just had intersting texture to it. I used a close up of it because if i didn’t I would have included some letters, and designs in the paper, which i didn’t want.

I was “manufactured” texture in the wall paper, so it already had a nice texture incorporated into it.

I just layered that textured photo over my original apple tree photo in photoshop. Then used a blend mode such as Soft Light or overlay.

After that, i basically erased some areas using different opacity as to no erase some areas entirely….just used my imagination and intuition.

September 13, 2014
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Thanks for sharing your technique. It come out great! It will look very cool as a print on a right paper – definitely matt and maybe textured. 

September 13, 2014
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This is a great image that goes way beyond a simple photograph. I love the way you have incorporated
layers to achieve this result! Looking forward to seeing many more examples of your creativity in future posts :)
Dale.

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