Indigo Moon ... Dreaming One Night
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An appropriate posting for the day after a Super Moon!
I saw this very scene out walking the dogs one evening in my neighborhood. One house on the Lake has a lovely wrought iron fence that creates a wonderful silhouette when the light is right. I didn't have my camera with me at the time. By the time I got home, and ran back to take the picture, it had changed quite a bit--the moon has risen higher, the colors washed out. Indeed, the actual photograph as it came out was not as good as it was in my memory.
Enter PhotoShop! With the magic of textures, I made the sky the blue I remembered, and erased the tiny little moon, and replaced it with the pearly giant you see here. There, now : This is what I remember from that night!
Photo Processing :
Layer 1) Background Image - tiny moon erased
Layer 2) Copy Layer 1 - Screen blend mode - 100% opacity
Layer 3) Nancy Claeys' Xeveria Texture - Multiply 100%
Layer 4) Stock Vault Free Texture Friday (a starry night blue) - Soft Light 56%
Layer 5) Kim Klassen's May Magic 1 Texture - Screen 15%
Layer 6) Caticat Moon Brush on DeviantArt - Normal 100%
Layer 7) Copy Layer 6
Layer 8) Text - Tangerine Font with color sampled from image - Normal 80%
Sharing with the Texture Artists FaceBook Group and Kim Klassen's Texture Tuesday. Enjoy!