It is 38 degrees and raining outside in my northeastern garden and thoughts of gardening are going through my mind. Inspired by some of my fellow bloggers, I thought I would put a new twist on some of my garden photographs and am trying my hand at some digital art to pass the day. I mainly used the brush stroke tool and then either softened or enhanced certain portions of each photograph. On some of the imaging I filled in with additional color and used a marbleizing effect on the corners. I have had this editing software for some time now and am still learning that there is much to explore!
|'Stella D Oro' Daylilly|
|Painted Lady Butterfly on Coneflower|
|Grasses and Daylilies|
|Hydrangea 'Pink Elf'|
|'Star' Magnolia Blossom|
Thanks for stopping by and I hope you enjoyed my garden "in a different light". This digital artwork is fun but challenging. I will keep practicing and know I have much to learn so any comments or editing tips would be appreciated!
As Always...Happy Gardening
Author: Lee@A Guide To Northeastern Gardening, Copyright 2013. All rights reserved