Saturday, July 26

Creative Photography #7

Here is my entry for Rogers Creative Photography Contest #7. Check it out HERE for the other entries and you can even enter one of your own! I'm not much of a photographer.. I just do it for fun and hope I have my camera with me when a good shot comes along..

This is a picture of my card I posted earlier. I used my Photoshop Elements program and Solarized the photo. Its amazing how one click of the mouse changes the picture so much!

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17 comments:

Roger said...

Awesome editing effects Michelle!
Thank you for your Creative Photography submission, I look forward to all of them!

Patti said...

I love what you did with the photo!

Good luck in Roger's contest. Isn't it fun?

Speedcat Hollydale said...

I LIKE this one ... very vibrant.

Daryl said...

Cool effect!

:-Daryl

napaboaniya said...

Nice and interesting edits :) Looks dimensional :)

Sandee said...

Would be cool if they made stamp pads with these colors. Cool colors!

me ann my camera said...

Michelle, isn't digital imaging just like magic!! Lovely result!
ann at nature tales

Lori Stilger said...

Oooh, another crafter!!! :D What a fun way to change your look without getting out any more supplies. LOL!!!
Have a great day! BE BLESSED!

Raven said...

Neat card. It really is amazing what dramatic and/or subtle changes a click or two create.

Kimmie said...

Just wonderful Michelle! I love the look you gave the handmade card.
Good Luck!

Blessings,
Kimmie

Dianne said...

I love the colors!

What a great idea!!

Ralph said...

The picture is stunning, and it offers something in the art world from impressionist to abstract to psychedelic.

This catches my eye and imagination. For me, as an airplane freak, I can picture a four-bladed propeller...not in the literal sense, but stylistically. The winner, IMO!

Sanni said...

WOW! You did a great job, Michelle. Love the card, the photo and the effect.

Good luck!

the teach said...

I love the solarized flower! Good luck in Roger's contest! :)

Sweeta said...

Great job on the effects Michelle!

Kerri said...

OH, this is lovely Michele! I have been "playing" a bit with Photoshop Elements myself.

And it made an absolutlely beautiful card!!

Linda said...

I'm late getting here from last week (it was a hectic week!) but I did want to pop by to check out everyone's entries.

That is so cool what you did with the Photoshop Elements. I really need to learn how to use a program like that!