Flypaper Textures

Posts Tagged ‘sky’

light at the end of the block

I’d been meaning to capture the sun set light on this building for ages, over looking our central market hall, this elegant shop/apartment building must have some very strange shaped rooms!I’ve not done much to it, the camera had its polarizor filter on, the textures were just used to bring out the golden tones I […]


Black Birds ~ Our first guest post !

Lora, who is a semi-professional photographer from Seattle, wrote to say that she loves our new texture pack and has shared her lovely Black Birds images of before and after and even her recipe! We hope to showcase more of your donated images and recipes, just drop us a line! 🙂 Lora used Lightroom to […]


reflected light

Walking back from our local ‘Park of the Poets’ in Central Beziers,I came across this dark and narrow bow terrace.The lowering sun reflecting off the opposite houses stucco in an interesting way, lighting the upper apartment windows.You’ll see I’ve removed a mass of visual pollution from the skyline, aerials are the one thing I almost […]


l’ennui du dimanche

I spotted this wonderfully lit building whilst coming out of a Beziers art gallery one Sunday afternoon, the weather was a little washed out and everything looked bleached gray except this eighteenth century building painted a cool shade of ocher.Naturally, when I uploaded it was washed out too..:-/So out came the rich flypaper textures to […]


Basic Texture Tutorial

In this first tutorial of what we hope will be a continuing series, I’ll show you how to easily transform a photo by adding our Flypaper Textures. Mouseover to see the transformation. The original photo is nice enough, but I thought texture would add more depth and interest. First thing to do is duplicate your […]


Painting the sky

A simple daisy against the sky is enhanced using our Apple Blush texture -it was so quick and easy to do!


White Barn

Our ‘Leaky Garret’ texture was used here.If you look closely, you’ll see the graffiti I removed from the barn! See it on Flickr