Tuesday, March 6, 2012

Floral Whispers

These are Blue Muscari flowers, also known as Grape Hyacinth....an appropriate name. I am loving the soft spring pastels right now.


Grape Hyacinth
Processed using Florabella Champagne @ 77% Soft Light.

Muscari Whispers
Processed using Kim Klassen's "Happy Heart" Texture, converted to grey scale and inverted.


Dreamy Blossom
Processed using Florabella Allure @ 91% Soft Light.

I wanted to let you know that I finally finished my Adobe Lightroom Review. Click the "Photography Product Reviws" link at the top of the page to check it out. Over the next couple of weeks I will be sharing some Lightroom tips and tricks over here so please come back. Well, that is all for now. Have a Happy Texture Tuesday!

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16 comments:

Tammy said...

Absolutely gorgeous!

Marilyn said...

Linda, I really enjoy your processing. I wish I could get such beautiful close-ups without a macro lens. Thanks for sharing your Lightroom review.

JP Beth said...

What a beautiful flower and great processing of it.

Deborah said...

magnificent Linda . . .

whitey said...

I need to learn how to do soft and delicate!

ju-north said...

Beautifully done!

Dianne Poinski said...

Beautiful! Love your use of the textures and the depth of field!

marit´s,,, said...

Beautiful floral images, we call them pearl flower.
Marit, Norway

Sherri B. said...

Beautiful editing...the colors in these flowers are so gorgeous! Thanks so much for sharing your work.

Nadege, said...

Gorgeous images...wonderful editing.

Très Julie said...

Thanks for your comment!
Yours are wonderful too!
xo, Julia from Germany

Nancy Claeys said...

Pure spring loveliness!

Sylvia said...

Lovely flowers, Linda, beautifully textured !
So soft, perfect for this 'whispers' theme !
Nice evening,
Sylvia

MarieElizabeth said...

LOVE these flowers, such nice captures and use of texture.

Michelle Renee said...

Such soft, heavenly colors. The photos are lovely, but your processing is a true art!!!

Ruth said...

These are beautiful :)