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Monica Johansson and NatureFootstep.com
I am interested in nature photography and photo art and travels
as much as I can to find new areas to document.
I have many blogs and below you find links to them.

Photo and PhotoArt blogs
NatureFootstep Photography and PhotoArt
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Bildverkstan - Image workshop
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NatureFootstep World   Image file:  NF World

Birds blogs
NF European birds    Image files:  File 1,  File 2,  File 3
Birds around the world, Honolulu, Norway, Iceland, Japan    Image files: Around the world,   part of Japan birds
Birds in Costa Rica  Image files: Costa Rica
Birds in Morocco  Image files: Morocco
Birds in Queensland, Australia  Image files: File 1    File 2 


Thursday, September 7, 2017

Playing with sunsets and smart objects

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© NF Photo 170907

Learned some new trix in PHOTOSHOP CS5 today . Useful, but the file sizes becomes HUGE! Will probably not use it too often. Several kinds of light effects, lensflare and for the last two, smart object. Last image is pretty much the original color but lens flare added to it.


Linking up with the following memes. My thanks to the hosts:
Sky Watch Friday

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11 comments:

  1. What fun opportunities some art programs provide. I like how a sense of mystery was added to already beautiful scenes with a touch of the surreal!

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  2. Hello, love the effects and tricks. Lovely sky images.
    Happy Thursday, enjoy your day!

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  3. Very cool! I use lens flare in PS from time to time. Those little color circles look magical! You can save your files as a JPG and select the file size you want (so they don't get huge).

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  4. Interesting effects, like bubbles blown by a child. Alana ramblinwitham.blogspot.com

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