Bren of Brashley Photography is the guest host for this week’s challenge. She has an amazing studio aesthetic and creates beautifully dreamy photographs. She inspired me to find out what my very limited software can do. I don’t have Photoshop or Lightroom, just the editing software that came with my Canon and the Microsoft jpeg editor that’s on my laptop. I did discover a Clarity tool and a Vignette tool that I’ve never used before. I wish I had the spot focus tool that Bren mentioned because I can see how a little pop of clarity would greatly enhance my photos. Nevertheless, following her suggestions, I came up with a few new versions of flower and landscape favorites:
When I got my first Canon in 1979, there was a soft-focus style of photography that I learned could be achieved by smearing a filter with Vaseline or stretching a nylon stocking over the lens. I’m really glad I can play around with this affect without those measures!
Thank you, Bren, for the fun of this challenge and the invitation to Dreamland.
Well done Priscilla! Your flowers are soft and delicate, and landscapes are dreamy.
Lovely images this week Priscilla. Yes, the old days of vaseline on the lens are happily behind us LOL. Today’s software gives us some great latitude with our creativity.
It sure does! Thanks, Tina.
What a hobbity looking wood that is with the three hikers😊
Hobbits would be happy here in Oregon! 🙂
Stunning photography… that last shot is gorgeous and you’ve creted so much softness that those flowers pop with their vibrant colours.
Thanks, Bren – it was so fun to try something completely new to me. Thanks for your challenge!
Wow. Stunning outcomes, Priscilla. Loved the variety you experimented with. It IS fun to play with, what seems like, a new toy.
Thanks, Donna! It was fun.
Good work, Priscilla!
Beautiful softness series! Well done, Priscilla!