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Friday Flower Fiesta — July 27, 2012

Friday Flower Fiesta

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Flower pictures that were original, dull, blah, and uninspiring. They came alive with some added contrast and sharpening using Photoshop CS6, which allowed me to make some DRIPPERS and ROUNDERS out of them.

Picture 1Yellow Flower 4

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Picture 2Calla Lily

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Picture 3Canna

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Picture 4Clivia

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Picture 5Coneflower

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Picture 6Coral Tree

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Picture 7Dahlia

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Picture 8Flower

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Picture 9Flower

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Picture 10Pink Flower

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Picture 11Yellow and Purple Flowers

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Picture 12Yellow Flower and Shadow

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28 thoughts on “Friday Flower Fiesta — July 27, 2012

  1. reneeboomer

    Thank you for all the ‘likes’ on my blog. Beautiful photos! I love the one of Zoe the Cool Cat on how you changed his face. haha.. Have a great weekend. Renee 🙂

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    1. Russel Ray Photos Post author

      No. In fact, I have no idea where they are from because they were such bad pictures that I put them unnamed into my “See if you can do something with these later on” folder.

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    1. Russel Ray Photos Post author

      Hey, Isadora. You can do the same thing with many of the free programs on the Internet, such as Picasa, Gimp, and PicMonkey. I bought the expensive programs 20 years ago when they were the only things available, so I’ve just been upgrading all the time so that I have something with which I am familiar.

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  2. wyroby z betonu

    I have noticed that in digital cameras, extraordinary sensors help to target automatically. The particular sensors of some camcorders change in contrast, while others start using a beam associated with infra-red (IR) light, specially in low lumination. Higher standards cameras from time to time use a blend of both methods and likely have Face Priority AF where the camera can ‘See’ some sort of face and concentrate only in that. Thank you for sharing your thinking on this blog site.

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