written by fxPhotoStudio
Today's blog image was captured in the Perkins House in Colfax, WA. I captured it with the HIpstamatic camera, however TimelessPhoto changed the square image into a rectangle.
When processing this image I just couldn't stop. I loved the original image straight out of Hipsta and then I loved the effect with just fxPhotoStudio and TimelessPhoto. But then I wanted to use PencilPaint and AncientCanvas filters to give more color and dimension to the image. Next I had to use Filterstorm to dodge and burn in places. Then I wanted to add more to the rather large white frame, so that is why I used Grungetastic. At this point I thought it looked terrific until I remembered DynamicLight, so I decided to add a little bit of it too. The art of processing is addicting to me. At times I am like the energizer bunny, I just keep going and going and going....lol!
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