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Photos, Overlays, and Textures Oh My — 16 Comments

  1. Love the one of the horses running. It sure is the truth that we all have enough photos around we don’t need new ones, but I think we are addicted. It is a fun hobby.

  2. I would love it as illustrations fo a novel… the ravens look like a statement somehow… great!!! Torrey I’m glad with you that you got good news from the vet-man… that’s a reason to celebrate with a green beer today :o) Happy St. Patricks Day :o)

  3. teeehheh….Torry, what a precious girl!

    OK, I have yet to figure out using overlays in Photoshop. I would SO LOVE to take my normal photos and enhance them in this way. This is MAGICAL! Those ravens are fabulous and what can I say about those horses! LOVE!!!!!!!!!! Yes, even Youtube tutorials on the subject are too difficult for me to follow; I think my PS version is different from some of the ones I’ve seen.

  4. wow, these are all fabulous images. I love the ravens, horses and your sweet furbaby! Happy Thursday!

  5. I love how your photos go from being works of art to different works of art through using PS. Wow. Now that’s inspiring.

    And yeah for Torrey! (And you not having to lift her into the RV!)

  6. I love what you did with these photos, Mary. It makes for unlimited possibilities and lots of photo editing fun! I’m thrilled to hear Torrey’s doing so well! Love that adorable photo of her too. :)

  7. I love what you’ve done with these, Mary. My favorites are the first raven photo, and the horses. Can’t wait to see what you come up with using encaustic and mixed media…

  8. Texture can add that extra emotional layer to a photograph, as you so well show in these excellent photos. Particularly the first one with ravens in Fire Valley is beautiful.

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