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Sunday, March 22, 2009

Creative Photography #7 - Colorful Reflections

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This is my 7th Creative Photography.
I noticed my parkway flowers
reflected in the side of this vehicle
and snapped this shot between rain showers ...
Curiosity led me to experiment
with a few filters in Photoshop Elements 6
and here are a few of my favorites in alphabetical order.
(Click to embiggen for better viewing)
Which do YOU prefer and why?
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Small Reflections ... Smile Back

Thought for Today

"Be curious always! For knowledge will not acquire you; you must acquire it." Sudie Back


Tumblewords: said...

They are all neat - that's a fine reflection - not sure I can choose a favorite - lots of fun looking at them...

Sandee said...

They are all great, but I think I like the dark outlines the best. The colors are more vibrant to me.

I'm glad I get to play now too.

Have at terrific day. Big hug. :)

RW said...

Wow! Have I ever told you how amazing you are!! Those are all awesome but if I had to narrow down which I like best, it would be the Dark Lines and Ink Outlines just because that's my taste, and of course the original! Thanks for playing!! :D

Anonymous said...

Ink outlines is for me! :)
In fact all of them bring out different feels, very nice!

George said...

You did a great job to get the original shot. I'm very impressed with your creativity in all the versions. I like them all, but I guess Watercolor and Dark Strokes is my favorite.

kitten said...

How cool! Love the quote also!
Hope you had a lovely weekend!

Kay said...

These are all interesting variations. Good for you! Very artistic!

Ana said...

I've just found your blog.
I cannot choose one. Each one has an statement.
You are doing what Monet did with natural lights.
That's great!
How technology affects our world's vision.

Jo, a retired teacher said...

All very interesting. I think I like the Poster Edges best...hard to say why, the color contrasts are nice. It does seem that you are enjoying Photo Shop--good for you.

That was a very creative idea for a picture too.

Momisodes said...

Wow! What cool and interesting effects. Some are very much like mirror shots!

Love how creative you've become with your photography here :)

Eaton Bennett aka Berenice Albrecht said...

Your blog is inspirational. All these photos from the one are just sensational and fun. :)

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