Stir Something Up

I have recently started visiting the Shutter Sisters from time to time.  That blog frequently will challenge me to think outside the box.  (Is that term passe by now?)

The recent Shutter Sister post, “Stirring,” challenges photographers to take processing to the extreme, turning  images into something extreme or unexpected.  The site always asks viewers to share examples with other Shutter Sister readers.

I’m going to share this piece.

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13 Responses to Stir Something Up

  1. Marcie says:

    So soft…so wonderful. Love how she virtually blends into the background. A perfect ‘answer’ to today’s shutter sister post!

  2. Puna says:

    I love this photo! from SS.

  3. S says:

    So gorgeous. 🙂

  4. Its a great shot – very personal, and loverly conversion and PP too.

  5. dianeschuller says:

    great response to today’s SS. I love how soft you’ve done the processing and the pink hints to the baby. I didn’t post mine on my blog today but referenced this previous one:
    http://dianeschuller.aminus3.com/image/2009-03-04.html

  6. Se'Lah says:

    That finger seems tasty 😉 Thanks for sharing this beautiful image.

  7. Donna Good says:

    nice work Sue. I love shutter sister also.

  8. love it Sue. You know I love processing to the max! 🙂

  9. JRP says:

    beautiful high key portrait and i love the pink tones you chose to go with. 🙂

  10. Toni says:

    This is wonderful, Sue!

  11. Lisa says:

    I look at Shutter Sisters when you mention ‘them’, but will now bookmark it and try to remember to visit more 🙂 (thanks for the link).

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