I decided to use these three photos of winter trees near my house as my beginning point. They are the full color shots out of my camera.
I did not want a vertical triptych; I wanted a horizontal one. The next step was to desaturate and crop each of these images. With the resulting images I made a horizontal triptych.
I then played around with different textures and different layer blend modes. I also moved the middle image to the left and the left image to the middle. I ended up with this result which really pleased me.
If you click on the image, you can see a larger version of it.
Here is the recipe for what I did.
kk_golden texture; Exclusion Blending Mode; 100% Opacity.
kk_chamomile texture; Exclusion Blending Mode; 100% Opacity.
kk_loveinlayers texture; Exclusion Blending Mode; 100% Opacity.
And, then I added a rounded rectangle line around each image.
So, for the number 3, I have used 3 photos, 3 different textures, 3 of the same Exclusion Blending Mode, 3 100% Opacity, and, for the purest among you, there is actually a number "3" in the middle photo. You may not be able to find it. It is sort of like "Where's Waldo?" It is small and not really hidden; it blends in, but it is there. (Edit: Sorry the "3" is too small to see on the screen image.)
And, that is my entry for this week's Texture Tuesday with Kim Klassen. I enjoyed making this creation from my winter trees. I hope that you enjoy seeing them.
That's all for now. Enjoy life and keep taking lots of photos to remember where you have been during your travel through your life.