Old church window in Olcott, New York
Using Photoshop Elements, I played with this photo in layers. I left Layer 1 in colour and changed layer 2 to sepia, then erased the sepia in the window to reveal the blue glass.
To view other Sepia Scenes visit MaryT, theTeach at http://sepiascenes.blogspot.com
My gosh! You are like a chemist with your photoshopping. I'm going to have to learn this stuff some day.
Very effective treatment for this stained glass window. Love it!
It looks pretty!:-)
I really like what you've done with this photo! It's absolutely gorgeous.
Very pretty! You really made the blue glass pop.
Oh, I love it! Now I'll have to play with that technique!
This is one of my favorite photoediting effects.
Nice subject choice for the effect.
Boy, EG, that is so beautiful. I will have to invest in Photoshop I guess. I love it. MB
Is an amazing beauty!
Beautiful EG.... I'd love to see a photo of that window from inside the church when the sun is JUST right... Wow!!!!
What a marvelous effect! Coincidentally, I posted something today that mixes color with b&w. I used Google's Picasa. Anyway, this editing of yours works so perfectly with stained glass!
Beautiful texture and very good work.
Oh boy, this is great. Good job! I shall check with you when I need Photoshop help, for sure!
Beautiful, EG. Love the photo!
Gorgeous! i love how you were able to regain the blue stained glass.
Just so pretty ;-)
Too cool!! I can't get past layer #1 in Photoshop even with the Dummy book.
Thank you for the visit to my blog.I really like your rendition of the church window it is lovely. I would like to have dinner on the ferry in the post below this one it would be so soothing.
such a creation! u did great on this one!
mine is up too
I still haven't tried the selective colouring thing - soon!
That is beautiful!
This church is beautiful, the brick details so impressive. But this window, wow! The pale blue seems to evoke heaven, the sepia toned down the architecture to let the natural topaz tint draw our eyes up. A wonderful edit and post!
The colored stained glass against the sepia is gorgeous! Now I am motivated to do some reading and practicing with layers in Photoshop! So much to learn but the rewards are right before your eyes and happy smiles!
Wow. Gasp. AH!! Fill in the blanks. I felt it all. Gorgeous.
Excellant EG. Such wonderful photos you send us!
Mary, I love the effect!!! I am always surprised when I visit you!!
and the results are wonderful. If you want to wander down my road I’m home.
Beautiful!!!! I love the things you can do with photo shop! I'd love it even more if I could figure out how to do it. The brick almost looks like that is it's natural color.
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Perfectly done, thanks for sharing on how you did this. Great work. Mine is over at my page, my first though.
Very cool! I'd love to learn that technique. You highlighted the stained glass window subtly and beautifully.
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Oh yeah, now that's pretty cool!
Well processed! Love the idea of cutting out the blue window.
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