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Tuesday
Jun032014

Texture Tuesday - Nature eDition (from my archives)

Lightroom to PS Tutorials 

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Dear friends,

Welcome to another Texture Tuesday

Thanks for stopping by....and sharing your beautiful textured art my friends!

This weeks theme - Nature.

Simply share a favourite  image processed with any of my textures....centred around the theme nature.

Next weeks theme ....Tuesday, June 10th

free & easy.

In fact for the month of June...let's make every TT a Free & Easy.... Keeping it Simple....

New to Texture Tuesdays? Click HERE for a few more TT details.

Share the NEW Texture Tuesday Button in your TT posting.

 

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Today's Image Recipe - applied to both photos.

In Lightroom....

Cropped then Auto-toned .... then applied my preset 'let there be light'. 

In Photoshop...

I added 2 layers of waterfront 28. One at color burn blend mode 59% opacity and the other at soft light 65% opacity.

 

Click HERE to download a sample version of Waterfront 28.

The script on the canola field is quickpen and the type is rough typewriter.

 

I've had a lot of emails regarding workflow from LR to PS. Below are a few video tutorials that may be helpful.

I've also had several emails asking about applying textures in LR. Unfortunately LR does not support layers. You have to use an external editor such as Elements or Photoshop. (other options such as PicMonkey and GIMP are avaialbe online, but I have not tried these).

Lightroom to Photoshop/Elements Tutorials

Intro - view on vimeo

Intro Part 2 - view on vimeo

Photoshop Tutorials

Photoshop Part 1 - preferences - view on vimeo

Photoshop Part 2 - LR to PS workflow - view on vimeo

Elements Tutorials

Elements Part 1 - Elements Preferences - view on vimeo

Elements Part 2 - LR to Elements Workflow - view on vimeo
  

Happy TT.... Sweet friends.....Link away....

with gratitude.....forever...always....

xo,

 

 

 

 

Reader Comments (10)

Oh, what beautiful photographs!! I can't wait to see the canola fields blooming!
Hope you're enjoying the warm weather!
June 3, 2014 | Unregistered CommenterPrairie Jill
Oh my, your photos are simply breathtaking...and thank you for all the videos you shared. The quote in your second image are wise words to live by, for me, anyway. Sending you wishes for a wonderful Tuesday, Kim. xo
June 3, 2014 | Unregistered CommenterSherri B.
Kim, Your photos for today are truly beautiful representations of nature as you see it - light filled. Thank you for the information on the fonts, too. My Wish List grows! I just finished watching the videos and they are so helpful! I am finally getting the transitions between LR and Photoshop, thanks to you!
June 3, 2014 | Unregistered CommenterDonna
spring finally found you in all it's beauty. So love this
June 3, 2014 | Unregistered CommenterBarBbara HurstB
Such lovely images Kim. The quote is lovely as well.
June 3, 2014 | Unregistered CommenterCheryl M
Every time I see something processed in Lightroom I ask myself...do I need to get Lightroom? I don't even know all the ins and outs of Elements! I do love the bottom image with the happy yellow flowers and that terrific light.
June 3, 2014 | Unregistered CommenterEvelyn in Oregon
Thank you for the info and the texture!
June 3, 2014 | Unregistered Commenterpeggy gatto
Just want to tell you how grateful I am for your generosity in hosting the link up and for your beautiful textures!
June 3, 2014 | Unregistered CommenterElizabeth
I really love the perspective of the first photo. Beautiful as always Kim.
June 4, 2014 | Unregistered CommenterDesirae
Inspirational shots......you constantly remind me to get into different positions when taking photos.
Those happy little yellow flowers in particular seem to be reaching for the sky.....just wonderful! X
June 4, 2014 | Unregistered CommenterLinda Vincent

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