“Nature is painting for us, day after day, pictures of infinite beauty.” ~John Ruskin
Today’s assignment in Kim’s class is to use gradient maps, filters, adjustment layers, textures, and other
techniques, to create a painted effect from a photo.
It was an interesting lesson, but I still haven’t committed the process to memory! I need my notebook beside me!
Kim Klassen’s textures used: Finale, Sienna and Vintage Gradient on the middle photo.
I need a lot of practice, but these are my first versions of the Painterly Effect.
I used PhotoShop Elements to process the photos.
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