Mountain Snow and Photoshop

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Yesterday I posted a photo of the amazing view I had as I was leaving for work. It was simply stunning.

I decided to play around with some of the Photoshop Filters and came up with some really cool images of the same mountain scene. What fun!

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Tips to get your through your day …

  1. Never stop learning.
  2. Incorporate fun into every lesson.
  3. Get down on the floor and look up.
  4. Give credit where it is due.
  5. Make a plan.
  6. Say thank you.
  7. Eat chocolate.

Breathe in winter and rejoice. Spring is down the road, waiting with open arms to dazzle with yellows, pinks, and all shades of green.

25 comments on “Mountain Snow and Photoshop”

  1. Hi,
    They all look great, it seems you had a lot of fun with the photo, it certainly is amazing what we can do today.

    I love your tips, eating chocolate would have to be the best tip though. 😀

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  2. I love playing with the filters. My husband encouraged me to buy the Topaz Labs suite – great fun to play with all kinds of effects! You can download a free 30 day trial. If you take a webinar you often get a discount to use on the purchase. I got mine for 30% off.

    Nancy

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  3. By all means, borrow them, edit the, add to them, embrace them and then send them out into the world! Winter comes in patches then disappears again. And spring is just around the corner (she says with hope and optimism…)

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  4. I will do so. That would be a good post. In the meantime, here’s one that I ran through Topaz. Most of what’s on my blog comes straight from the camera, but this is one I shared. I straighted out the keystoning, brightened up the colors, enhanced the details, and lightened some shadows.

    http://livingtheseasons.com/2011/10/30/anniversary-celebration-of-days/

    The bottom two pictures here went through some filters as well. I thought they turned out well, but my daughter was pretty ho-hum about it.

    http://livingtheseasons.com/2011/11/27/tender-moments/

    Thanks for the idea!

    Nancy

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  5. I looked at your photos and enjoyed the image on the blog post about anniversaries. The sky stands out so blue and the water below is calling me for attention as well… and the fence adds a whole new dimension to it! Wonderful, thanks so much for sharing!

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