Texas Spring

© Bob D. Hall

Texas Spring

Uploaded: October 14, 2020 | Entered: October 14, 2020 07:52:09


I started with a spring bluebonnet field. I added a layer with an outline of the Texas map. I then filled that with photos I had taken that are associated with Texas. I then gave that layer a stroke and drop shadow. Next I added a text layer spelling Texas. I then arranged those layers as you see them.

Exif: Camera: NIKON CORPORATION NIKON D100; Shutter Speed: 1/250; Aperture: f/14.0; ISO: 400; Orientation: 1; Date: 2020:10:14 08:22:12


Bojan Bencic level-classic October 14, 2020 1

Great idea and result, Bob. Fantastic image. #1748568

Janet Criswell level-deluxe October 14, 2020 1

Great result, Bob! Have you considered a job in advertising for the state? ;) #11843055

Adilson F. Ferreira October 14, 2020 1

Fantastic work, Bob! #11843070

Terry Korpela level-deluxe October 14, 2020 1

Nicely Done Bob! #11843075

Gail Sullivan level-classic October 14, 2020 1

Very well done, Bob and thanks for sharing your process! #11843081

Harvey A. Ravitch October 14, 2020 1

Wonderful thinking, creativity, and Proud State Capture Bob ! #11843102

Randall V. Rainey level-deluxe October 14, 2020 1

Great composite image with great explanation Bob, A FAV #11843111

Leslie McLain level-deluxe October 14, 2020 1

Beautiful digital darkroom work, Bob. #11843117

Amalia Sylvia Arriaga Salinas level-classic October 14, 2020 1

Fantastic work Bob! #11843142

LJ Corliss level-classic October 14, 2020 1

Wonderful :) #11843150

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