Textured Tulip

I was honored to be asked by the Dickson Camera Club to give a presentation entitled “Adding Texture Overlays for an Artistic Interpretation to your Photography.”  Following an introductory PowerPoint presentation, I used the original basic tulip image and three texture layers to demonstrate  the steps to create this final image.  The group seemed enthusiastic and the club challenge for next month is to shoot some textures and bring in a finish product they have created using their textures.

The Dickson Camera Club meets in the beautiful Renaissance Center in Dickson, TN.  Thanks to Mike Gannon for the invitation to present to the group.

Texture credit: Jerry B. Jones and Sue Henry

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6 Responses to Textured Tulip

  1. Bo Mackison says:

    Now that’s lecture I would love to have attended. The textures give a mixed media flair to the photographs, it would be fun to see a series of the same photograph treated with diffent textures.

  2. laura lok says:

    I agree with bo’s comments. I am just learning layers and have discovered textures but have only played with them a bit and nothing compared with your tulip image I LOVE IT

  3. Anita Bower says:

    Wonderful job. I love the simplicity and painterly look. Congratulations on your presentation. Now even more photographers will have fun using textures!

  4. Marcie says:

    What a wonderful job you did here with the textures. Truly – the tulip looks like a painting. Beautiful work!

  5. Rob says:

    Congratulations and perfect result in your image. I have toyed with texture layers and with much effort, I have had some success. Maybe I just need more textures.

  6. margie says:

    i thought it was a painting. beautiful job.

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