Archive for the ‘Digital Art’ Category

Texture Layers — Something New   Leave a comment

Thanks to some new software that my son, Eric, gave me for Christmas here is a first attempt to add texture layers to an old photo.

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Posted January 15, 2012 by ~ Bruce in Digital Art

A Glimpse At The Past   Leave a comment

I tried to give this photo the look of an old grainy and hand-colored print.

Posted July 23, 2011 by ~ Bruce in Digital Art, Seascapes

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Playing Bass, Talking Football   Leave a comment

A photo from this past weekend.  This gent plays his bass guitar to an accompanying boom box all over town.  He loves to talk music and Philadelphia Eagles football.

Digital art effect applied via Topaz Simplify “Neutralizer”.

 

Posted July 11, 2011 by ~ Bruce in Digital Art, People

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Midnight Guitar   Leave a comment

Photo from a store on King Street in Lancaster.  Processed with Topaz Adjust software.

Posted June 8, 2011 by ~ Bruce in Digital Art

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Canal Swan, Surrey, England   Leave a comment

A photo with a digital art effect (via Topaz Simplify) to give it a more painterly look.

The place where we lived in England — Weybridge, Surrey — had nearby canals where people traveled in and stored their canal boats.  There were also many swans gliding around the smooth waters.  The shaded banks and dark waters made a perfect backdrop for the white swans.  I was able to catch a little late-afternoon light on this one, making it a “keeper” photo.

Posted June 4, 2011 by ~ Bruce in Digital Art, Nature and Wildlife

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Queen Anne’s Lace   2 comments

A “nice” photo that I gave a bit more pop with some digital art application, via Topaz Simplify.  I think the  painting effect and color saturation works well with this digitally altered image.

The original photo was taken in our meadow near Charlottesville, VA.

Posted May 26, 2011 by ~ Bruce in Digital Art, Nature and Wildlife

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