I have been playing around with Dreamscope again for Caturday Art. Most of the filters, this week are custom filters. Look what I did with the Total Eclipse photo using a custom filter. I love the swirly blacks and purples. It is so nice to have a relaxing weekend after the wonderful week that was and the Eclipse Party. I credited my friend, Rob for the art, since it is from his photo. I nearly forgot to credit him at all in my last post. His was from the best photo from our party, too.
I showed you the original before of the Eclipse. It was photographed by my friend Rob Iseminger who was at our Eclipse Party.
Just look what I got using Dreamscape Wisp filter with a picture of the crescent Shadows we got near Totality. I love this one. I tried several filters, but this one captured the crescents best.
This is the original by my friend, Mary Gabriel on the front sidewalk of our home.
Missy, prissy, Zoe is all decked out in flowers on her chair on the back deck. The photo was from about a week before the Eclipse. I used another Dreamscope custom filter on this one.
And this is the original of our little princess, Zoe.
I went through several filters for this picture of Raja. I kept finding ones I liked only to see that I liked that filter better with a different photo. I couldn’t decide on which of these last two I liked best. I used the Swirld filter with the first one. It is really spiraly and colorful.
The second one is swirly in yellows, reds, and oranges. This one used a Dreamscope custom filter.
And this is the original of Raja on our deck a couple of weeks ago.
The turkeys are back. We have been seeing them frequently this summer after never having seen one before in our neighborhood. I really liked this turkey with the English country Garden look. I used a Dreamscope custom filter on this one, too.
Here is the original of the turkey in our neighbors front yard. A few minutes later this turkey approached a cat sitting next door. I was too intent on watching what was going to happen to get a picture. We were ready to scare either of them off if things got dangerous for the cat or the turkey.
Well, that is all I have for Caturday Art. I hope your Caterday is wonderful and relaxing.