I have lived in the UK for most of my life, but when young I definitely had wanderlust and even ended up living in South Africa for several years which was a wonderful experience. I now look forward to a long and leisurely retirement doing what I like most - gardening, photography, walking and travelling. View all posts by Heyjude
23 thoughts on “November delights”
Very lovely, Jude. Such delicate layers, and each adding to the others. An excellent experiment.
Glad you like it Tish. I enjoy layering photos, but never get around to doing it very often unless a challenge prompts me.
Well I think you have a talent for it, so do more!
It worked for me. Most unusual.
Best wishes, Pete. x
Thanks Pete, just one or two photos I took yesterday merged together.
Nicely done, Jude!
Thank you Sue, I enjoyed this one.
Jude it’s beautiful, I wish I knew how to do this!
See my reply to Pauline! I am certain you can do this Gilly, it’s not at all complicated.
So delicate Jude a nice work of art. What do you use to get that effect?
I use pixlr and edit by using a double exposure, adjusting the opacity and then over-layered with another photo. This has then had a vignette and border added. All good fun!
Is that done on the tablet/Ipad or do you use a desk top computer? I haven’t done any fiddling with photos for ages, I used to be a fan of photo shop
I use it online, mainly to create collages – I have a laptop, so a proper computer but I guess you can use it from a tablet / IPad. I still use Photoshop elements for simple editing and resizing along with the free Nix software which includes a really good black and white converter.
Yes I use PS elements, but will look up Pixlr and Gilly mentioned Nix too. Now to find the time for all that new technology…
Well don’t forget to carry on with the sketching too!
Oops, you’ve caught me out!!!
It is indeed delicately beautiful. More please! How long did it take you?
Thank you Meg. It was very quick and easy really using PIXLR and using double exposures. I used to use layers a lot in the past and maybe I will have another go at doing that as the result can be quite interesting.
Lovely photomontage. So many options in editing software I haven’t tried yet.
Thanks Lucile – I really need to play with images more, it is great fun.
It’s fun, indeed. I played with that last week and felt good about it. You reminded to do that again. Thanks.
A resounding success, though despite reading all the comments I doubt I could do it. Good job I have other talents (maybe… 🙂 )
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