Colors of a Rose

Uploaded: April 25, 2020 | Entered: May 07, 2020 10:10:57


Photographs turned into abstract art with Photoshop Filter Effects. This image was based on a rose and then taking it and creating by manipulation the filter effects of Photoshop for pixelation, blur and twirl to focus on color patterns and relationships.

Exif: Camera: NIKON CORPORATION NIKON Df; Shutter Speed: 1/800; Aperture: f/10.0; ISO: 400; Orientation: ; Date: 2020:04:20 13:19:25


Robert/Donna Green level-deluxe May 28, 2020

Nicely Done....Great Impact and Creativity! #1739703

John D. Roach level-addict May 28, 2020

Thanks so much! #11806429

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