mist

Midwinter…

Another photo from a day trip to a wonderfully frosty Central Otago last winter -many of my photos that day were taken out the car window, a shooting technique I'm getting very practised at as my driver gets sick of me asking him to stop.Anyway in this photo I cropped...

Three routes into mist

Another misty 'Canal du Midi' shot, just west of Beziers,our famous local French Atlantic coast to the French Mediterranean sea connection. One of the main reasons for its being built was to avoid having to sail around Spain.Because just over two hundred years ago...

Barge through the mist

Another from my misty day shoot!This time along our famous Beziers 'Canal du Midi', built by Paul Riquet The most famous son of our city of Beziers.It connects the French Atlantic West-coast with the French Mediterranean, a huge feat of civil engineering for its...

Pines in the mist

A rare misty day in our part of the world.These mists are so far and few I have to dash out with my camera!This picture was taken on a strange atmospheric hill that sticks out of the old sea marshes, or 'Etang' in French.It now rises out of a sea of golden...

Stormy Sea

Anyone who follows my photos will know I love walking on the beach and we're so lucky here to have so many readily accessible beaches nearby. This was taken on a stormy day back in May when there was a dramatic big surf and stormy sky. The original photo included the...

Mist in the trees tutorial

Mist in the trees tutorial

For this misty mountain top landscape, I used just two flypaper textures, Raw Linen @ Linear burn setting 46% and opacity at 63% although I liked it, I didn't need the texture, so I blurred it with Gaussian blur for a smooth finish. Necropolis was used in Overlay @...

The Letter

Here I used our 'Necropolis' texture very lightly.By simply running your mouse over the image you'll see before and after the textures were applied!

Sentinel

This photo was taken on the way to Central Otago here in NZ on a freezing winters day. As you can see from the original (mouseover to see) it was an almost monochrome landscape. I used our Tarte Tatin and Antique Liaisons textures to add depth and then toned blue to...