fleurs blanches ....

Posted by
DULCIE (Danville, CA, United States) on 20 September 2009 in Plant & Nature and Portfolio.

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Eros from tehran, Iran


20 Sep 2009 6:34am

rem_la from Villiers, France

Magnifique !

20 Sep 2009 6:41am

Irene from France

Very artistic !

20 Sep 2009 6:42am

Christel from Köln, Germany

Good morning Dulcie,
very beautiful flowers and colors. I like the green touch. Dear greetings Christel

20 Sep 2009 7:18am

Mathilde Collot from Fontainebleau, France

Merci Dulcie!! Les fleurs blanches du dimanche!! Magnifique!!

20 Sep 2009 7:26am

k@ from Paris, France

A french bunch ! (= bouquet :) with this subtle tonalities of turquoise, it's fresh and smiling, we thank you for the sunday dulciesque gift ~ *

20 Sep 2009 8:46am

Marie-Jezaria from Paris, France

It seems like a bride bunch ! :-)
This is a shot very romantical, poetric, exquisite...
I can smell the "bouquet" of his white purity...
Wonderful composition :-)

20 Sep 2009 10:00am

Morten Pedersen from Norway

This is a beatiful picture with great colours.

20 Sep 2009 10:11am

zOOm from Paris, France

Nice, nice, nice ! Merci beaucoup ! :-)

20 Sep 2009 12:19pm

Nina from Hamburg, Germany

This is a beautiful picture, like in a dream... the soft color tones are really wonderful!

20 Sep 2009 12:33pm

Vachel from Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia

nice composition and beautiful blossom...

20 Sep 2009 12:53pm

bluechameleon from Vancouver, Canada

I love the colour and post production. Is this a TTV shot?

20 Sep 2009 1:47pm

@bluechameleon: Thanks for your comment and your question...I looked up TTV online and learned a lot. What I used here was a "Texture" that I added as a layer in PS. Yesterday I began experimenting with making my own textures and colors that I can add as a layer to my image. This is all a new world to me. If you or others have any input on the subject, I would be very interested. Thanks again!

ordinaryimages from Kentucky Bluegrass, United States

Here we go! The emergence of a signature image. best...jerry

20 Sep 2009 2:35pm

john4jack from Corvallis, Oregon, United States

Stunning. Your post-processing is exquisite.

20 Sep 2009 3:47pm

LESLIE from norwich, United Kingdom

BEAUTIFUL - STUNNING shot Dulcie 10/10

20 Sep 2009 7:07pm

Sarah from Suisse, Switzerland

This is so lovely Dulcie - you are getting very advanced in your processing and it leaves me in awe!

20 Sep 2009 7:15pm

@Sarah: Ah, that's a very kind remark. This photography 'stuff' is really a process isn't it? Sometimes it's hard and baffling, but every once in awhile I have a breakthrough, as do you!!!

Dawn from Maryland, United States

Love this texture you added. Beautiful!! : )

20 Sep 2009 7:49pm

Anina from Auckland, New Zealand

Beautiful image! I love the processing! It's stunning! Well done

20 Sep 2009 7:51pm

Veronelle from Lens, France

sorry for our husband, i hope it is not ( grave ) ! Your composition is very nice, and inventive with the texture ! ( welcomme to the texturing-club )

20 Sep 2009 9:17pm

Elisa from Pleasant Hill, United States

Las flores blancas son muy bonitas. Me gusta mucho.
Me inivita a la pureza de la naturaleza..

21 Sep 2009 12:14am

@Elisa: Yikes...I don't understand Spanish. I hope all these words are good ones! ;-)

flyingwind风飞扬 from Bridgetown, Barbados

Stunning capture! i am wondering how the background is treated and if certain texture was used... Great!

21 Sep 2009 3:52am

@flyingwind风飞扬: Yes, I used a texture layer and then 'erased' parts of it to reveal the image below, then adjusted a little with levels and dodging. I really am learning a lot and enjoying experimenting. Thanks so much for stopping by to view and comment. I enjoy doing the same with your blog.

Bob Towery from Granite Bay, United States

Ooh la la. Very beautiful and creative. Whenever I see one of these texture layer images, I wonder why I haven't tried one myself. Yours is really and inspiration. Lovely.

21 Sep 2009 2:21pm

Barbara Kile from United States

Nice texture work, Dulcie! They are each one of a kind images, aren't they and so fun to do. You did a fantastic job here.

21 Sep 2009 9:26pm

grant from kansas city, United States


24 Sep 2009 4:23am

Anita from West Nottingham, United States

The use of texture here adds interest, color and focuses the eye on the flowers. Well done. Textures are fun to play with!! I'm thinking it is time for me to start shooting some textures of my own instead of just borrowing them from others.
The translation of Elisa's comment is somthing like this: "The white flowers are very pretty. I like the image very much. It invites me into the purity of nature."

26 Sep 2009 10:23am