Azalea–Soft Flowers

The challenge this week in the flower photography FB group is to do soft flower photography. In the yellow hydrangea and white flower, the softness was created in camera.

In the azalea, I added layers of brush work, then topped it with a texture overlay. Creating the soft look in the photos in camera is fun though. I’m going to try and do some more of that.

Today we’re celebrating my son-in-law’s birthday, so trying to get some writing in this morning and this afternoon. I didn’t think about getting wrapping paper for the birthday presents! And with Covid-19, I don’t make all kinds of extra shopping trips for stuff I forget, so I’ll need to find something! We don’t even get paper bags any longer, so that I could wrap it in brown paper and decorate! Maybe I have some more of little one’s birthday paper. lol

Hope you all have a great day!


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