Tag Archives: Corel Painter
South Side Stone Lagoon
I’m Ready for My Closeup, Mr DeMille
Turquoise Tree Frog in Rose
This was a photograph of a green tree frog in a rose in my front yard that I converted to B&W. I then colored it with only three colors using the new glazing brushes in Corel Painter 2017. Turquoise had really been on my mind this morning, hence the choice of color. The overall image was a little flat so I added the luminosity and saturation of the original photograph to complete the transformation.
Birds Flushed from Corn Field
Venerable Redwood Rootball
I’ve been working on this technique for several months. It’s a combination of Lightroom for getting the photograph tuned, Corel Painter to fashion the image, and Photoshop to fine tune the final image. I’m really excited how well this turned out. All the planets must have been aligned just the right way. Click image for larger view.
This was my second time at L’Orangerie. The first time, I was overawed by the Monets that I didn’t realize that there was much more upstairs. Oops. This time, there was a wonderful cubist exhibit.
The guard here had her head down like she was dozing. There must have been two dozen people pointing their smartphones at the Monets. Several times, I was photographing people looking at paintings through their smartphones and not looking up.