Posted on July 27, 2012 by Leslie Nicole | 3 Comments
My husband bought me a bouquet of vibrant coral pink roses last week. (Thanks, Sweetie!) I arranged them in this bowl with thoughts of photographing them. Something just wasn't working though so I didn't end up photographing them. Today as I walked by them I thought Darn, I didn't photograph those roses in time, they are starting to wilt. Then, I paused and realized that they actually looked great now. The color had mellowed just a little bit and the wilting roses at the bottom added an interesting depth and change in the composition.
I photographed them with a simple white background. I then used the Clarity setting in the Topaz Labs Adjust filter.
Finally, I added textures, an overlay and a Photoshp brush stamp.
Crème Fraîche from the Tableaux Collection
Bon Bon from the Tableaux Collection
Overlay: Tour Eiffel Postcard
Brush Set: Vintage French Brushes No. 2
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