Monday, July 1, 2013

My Gentlemen

While at a Wedding in June, I took this photo of my special men.  I knew that the light was wrong, as I was shooting up at quite an angle and the sun was behind them, but it turned out to be a wonderful silhouette.  I removed a few minor distractions from the background so that all of the focus is on the four men.

"Confidence" texture compliments of Kim Klassen.

Linking up with Our World TuesdayTexture Tuesday, and Sweet Shot Tuesday.

28 comments:

  1. Wow, this is wonderful! I wish I could get up to speed with Photoshop Elements. This will be my inspiration.

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    1. Thanks Susan. It was one of those perfect opportunities that just got a little better in Photoshop!

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    1. Thanks Michelle. My handsome subjects made it perfect!

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  3. Great shot. Would make an interesting transfer...a tshirt perhaps? xox

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    1. Thanks Corrine. I'll likely use it in some fibre art.

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  4. LOVE this Linda! What a great idea for a photos like we all have that turn out less than perfect!

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    1. Thanks Maria. I'm hoping to create some fibre art with this piece.

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  5. Totally fabulous picture! Who are the men? Husband?... Son?...

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    1. Thanks Jean. And yes, they are from l to r, my husband, our older son, our grandson, and our younger son.

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  6. Wonderful idea! There is something about the purity of the silhouette that brings out features that might otherwise be missed. :)

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    1. Thanks Penelope. I'm surprised by the detail in the faces of the two profiles. I'd recognize them as my husband and son any where!

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  7. serendipity, huh?! That is a great shot, Linda. Well done!

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    1. Thanks Pat. It will be fun to create some fibre art from this image.

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  8. Yes...it's a beautiful silhouette! Interesting how something not-so-good turns into something fabulous!

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  9. Thats a nice shot! Different. I like it!

    Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

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  10. Wow, Linda! This came out fabulous! Great job!

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