A Glassic Flower

© Richard P. Lussier

A Glassic Flower

Uploaded: January 11, 2006

Description

I created this by selective coloring the flower through a layer of semi-opaque B&W with a frosted glass filter added.

Exif: FNumber: 6.3, ExposureBiasValue: 0/6, ExposureTime: 0.008, Flash: flash did not fire, ISO: , WhiteBalance: auto white balance

Comments

Richard P. Lussier January 11, 2006

Here is the original image, which was taken on a stroll with my wife in my mom's neighborhood - Zachary, Lousianna. #373284

Shelly A. Van Camp level-classic January 15, 2006

Beautiful...nice effects and colors! #2292731

Richard P. Lussier January 16, 2006

Hi Shelly! Thank so much for your kind remarks! #2294915

Dan McConoughey January 24, 2006

Richard, I like the original, but I think your effects are very effective and make a better image. Nice work brother. #2333635

Richard P. Lussier February 03, 2006

Thank you brother, it was a fun image to work with. #2373013

Nan Fischer February 04, 2006

i like the effects, richard! it has an old-timey feel to it. #2376113

Richard P. Lussier February 06, 2006

Thanks Nan, it does kind of have that mood, doesn't it? I appreciate you stopping by! #2385839

Shelly A. Van Camp level-classic February 15, 2006

Beautiful flower and work!!! #2422803

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