I really love how this cluster of white allium flowers turned out. It was quite a lot of work cleaning up all the little specks on the flowers, but after that, I knew I had something special.
Beautiful as regular flowers, I enhanced them with an angelic glow.
I was a little bored one day so I went looking for something bright and shiny. I found these great daylily flowers and thought they'd look great with a little something special added. I quickly went for an extreme look. How about this floral makeover?
I'm thinking about editing it a little more :-)
For those who want a more retro look, here is the same photo of a bird of paradise flower as my previous post, but with an antique feel, sepia on black and white with darkened edges. I hope you like it!
This is an older photo from at least a year ago if not two. I decided to start refreshing my imagekind Bird of paradise flower gallery with this image and a modern glowing almost neon effect. I could have made the effect stronger, but that wasn't the look I wanted.
After passing the clone stamp tool over it, I selectively eliminated elements that I found distracting and cleaned up the brown-gray soil. I did a slight blur on the flower to the left and applied a few additional filters on top. :-) What do you think?
This antiqued purple iris was put through a series of filters including a light sepia to give it an antique look even though I took it about a year and a half ago in color. I'm just starting to experiment with black and white and/or sepia so please give me feedback if you have experience with these.
A very modern twist to a rose flower. I call it rose explosion because of the fire in the orange and red that make this image exciting. Its section of a rose is alluring and provocative. Great for a modern interior, night club, or any place that needs some vibrant color and excitement!