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Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Figs Still Life-The 'and Then Some' eDition

Figs are perfect to photograph and make beautiful fine art images. Colors range from light-green to brown to a dark purple. The fruit inside the fig is studded with tiny seeds and the flesh is a purplish brown color. To achieve this look, I used two textures-'and then some' by Kim Klassen and 'beau linge paysage' from Flypaper Textures, then a Nik filter 'duplex' to alter the bright colors a bit.

For Texture Tuesday-'and then some' eDition.

9 comments:

Marilyn said...

Love the look here. It appears the figs are on a woven mat and the texture echoes that look. Nice processing on this lovely fruit.

DebC said...

Everything you did to get this result?
Perfect!

Emma said...

|wow| excellent use of the and-than-some texture. love the wonderfully created combination. super

Sue McB said...

Beautiful.

Sylvia said...

Wonderful photo, love the purple tones, great use of the textures !
Wish you a nice week,
Sylvia

CATHY said...

My very favorite - fresh figs and you made they look oh so delicious! That texture works well with the image. Lovely photo.

Rosie said...

This is so beautiful! Great composition and texture processing!

Lissa Forbes said...

I've never seen figs look so good! Nice job with andthensome texture.

Suzanne Carter said...

Love this image, I have 3 fig trees loaded with fruit, cant wait until they are ripe!
Blessings from downunder!

 
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