This collection has 26 watercolor textures from original artwork with 21 additional bonus variations. This collection has recently been updated and expanded.
The featured image above uses the Rainy Day texture. Read More Here
There are a wide variety of textures from subtle to exuberant. Most of the textures are quite large and can be cropped. Textures can also be muted with a Hue/Saturation adjustment or converted to grayscale.
The watercolor texture below is called Deluge and has a lot of personality. It's also quite large. I easily cropped it to the area shown to use in this Muscari flowers photograph.
Examples Using Autumn Rain Textures
All photographs by Leslie Nicole.
This photograph of roses uses the Autumn Glow texture and then the Topaz Labs* Impression Filter. Read More in this tutorial
A Ranunculus photograph was paired with the Rose Petal texture. Read More in this tutorial.
This botanical style peony photograph uses the texture, Botanique.
Another peony, this time using the texture, Day Dream.(With a touch of the Topaz Labs* Impression Filter.
This scenic photo taken in France uses the watercolor texture, Oak.
Below, I used both the Rose Petal texture and the Icey Texture on this Poppy flower.
These are just a few examples of the variety of ways you can use the Autumn Rain Watercolor textures! I can't wait to see what you create!
Autumn Rain Watercolor Textures
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August 09, 2019
Hi Esther. Boy, I have no idea! I’m not actively trying to sell my images right now so I haven’t done much market research. I’d ask around on Photography forums or look at what others are selling their work for. Also, look at the Print on Demand stores like RedBubble or Society 6 and see what the prints are going for. Plus, of course take into consideration your costs and the commission the gift shop would take. Good luck!