Saturday, December 6, 2014

Greenhouse Frames for Geometric Friday

 Original photo

For fun, I decided to play with a photo I took last week of greenhouse frames on the Holland Marsh in East Gwillimbury. )FYI: The ones in the distance are covered with plastic.)

 Cooling Filter version

Modified in Photoshop Elements
a. Cooling Filter 82
b. Cutout filter

Warming Filter version

Modified in Photoshop Elements
a. Warming filter 85
b. Paint Daubs filter
c. Crosshatch filter

 Black and White Version

Modified in Photoshop Elements
a. B&W: vivid landscapes
b. Texturizer filter: canvas

Adjust Colour version

Modified in Photoshop Elements
a. Colour variation: increase red midtones
b. Poster edges filer

YES, I do know today is Saturday but...
I am joining Geometric Friday HERE.
 I am also joining Nature Footsteps' Digital Art Meme HERE.

29 comments:

RedPat said...

You had a lot of fun playing in Photoshop, EG!

Ruth Hiebert said...

Fun shots. I like the creative versions and am glad I don't have to pick a favourite.

Lowell said...

Serious photographers see what they do as an art and one should make use of all the tools possible to create that which is unique to them.

Are these for sale, or rent? Is it a governmental project? Just curious to see so many greenhouse frames in one place.

EG CameraGirl said...

Hi Lowell,

The Holland Marsh is a 21,000-acre wetland area in Ontario that was drained (many years ago) and approximately 7200 acres are now agricultural land.

I don't know for sure why there are so many greenhouses but I am guessing these in this photo are for growing vegetable seedlings to get a jump on spring.

Margaret Adamson said...

very creative and I liked the last one best.

Cheryl @ TFD said...

I like all the different looks. It's too hard to choose a favorite.
Enjoy your weekend!

Susan said...

Evidence of a real artist. Not only do you take wonderful pics, but it's fun playing with them isn't it?

Jen said...

Fun seeing all the different versions. I don't have any of that fancy software yet. Maybe when I finally get a new computer, I'll make the investment. Looks like a lot of fun to play with the different filters.

Mama Zen said...

These are really cool!

William Kendall said...

Pretty shapes, and I like what you've done with it!

Chandra said...

Beautiful structure, Tina. I like the B&W transformation, but the others are nice too.

Have a Beautiful Day!

Peace :)

Stephanie said...

Wow! Love all the different post editing processes you did on each photo.

Randy said...

I like the b&w version.

Country Wife said...

Always enjoy my visits.

John "By Stargoose And Hanglands" said...

An interesting composition which is enhanced by some nice effects.

Jen Masssey napierdailyphoto.blogspot.co.nz said...

I like what Lowell said I have heard it before and it took the pressure off for a while I thought editing was cheating not anymore and you had fun :)

rainfield61 said...

Photoshop, an adult's toy.

Sandra said...

I like all of the edits, i think the cooling is my favorite but it is a tie with warming filter

NatureFootstep said...

lol, I love it! You have done a great job with the filters. Seems you have a great eye for colors.

If you like, I have the optional theme "brown" in DAM the coming wednesday. There are brown colors in your images. Maybe you would like to join? :)

nfverk.blogspot.com

PerthDailyPhoto said...

This structural image was made for black and white EG, so much fun playing with effects.

Felicia said...

neat, i like the cooling filter.

Susan Anderson said...

Those actually look kind of majestic!

=)

lorik said...

I am so happy that you were inspired to make this wonderful geometric art - and it is not too late to add it to the linky either.
My favourite? I think the cooling filter version..but a hard choice to make.

CJ said...

I like all of your versions. The frames make for a great abstract because the same basic shape is repeated again and again.

Interesting. I just passed a scene very similar to this yesterday. I was at an intersection with a stop light in the middle of nowhere, yet suddenly there was traffic going in all directions. By the time I got my camera out, I had to move and there was nowhere to pull over, so I missed it.

Knipsa Passtscho said...

Great picture to play with :)
I love the blue cooling version very much.
Great job!
Have a fine day
【ツ】Knipsa

marsha said...

cool abstracts...I really like the first blue one. Great photo to start with too!

Andrea Priebe said...

Wow, you are indeed artistic ... that is why you are such an awesome photographer ... it's that artistic eye. These are great. I just watched a program about the plastic green houses in Spain. Very impressive. Anyway, I agree with Lori ... I like the cool version the best. Really nice EG.

Andrea @ From The Sol

Annemor said...

I don't know which to choose.
Love them all.
Have a nice evening.
Mormor

http://www.starbear.no/mormor/2014/12/10/nf-dam/

Lmkazmierczak said...

Interesting structure and fun processing.♪ http://lauriekazmierczak.com/decor/

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