The teapot, I like the original photo better. But the blue glass one, I love your edit much better.
I remember taking that picture with the blue glass dolphin. I was trying to make it look like it was jumping out of the water. I used a plain backdrop, propped the dolphin on an upside down wine glass and scattered colored marbles around the base. I think I would have liked it better if you couldn't see the wine glass base.
Hi Ann, Hope you will have a nice day. I love these creative edits. Very fun to compare.
Love the dolphin! BOTH of them.
I like them both. Well done Ann. Have a fine day.
You have so much fun editing photographs. I don't have a clue how to do this. Have a fabulous day off. Big hug to you and tons of scritches to Gibbs. ♥♥♥
You're right, I do have fun. Years back I could spend an entire day in front of my computer doing things like this. These days I don't do as much.
Enjoyed the edits. It's amazing what can be done today!
This was the beginning of your experimenting with photo enhancement . . . the little steps that made you so good at it now. The internet and the computer can be an never ending learning process. How fun!
I have to say my methods and taste have changed over the years in what I do to photos. So many things I learned over the years that now I have no clue how I did them.
Like the unedited on both best. that fish looks almost Lallique
It doesn't matter which one is better I think. The important thing is that they are both unique now. It gives something extra special from originally one picture. It's the same reason I like to edit pictures.I hope this comment didn't come through twice. Blogger is giving me some trouble.
I like them all. You are much better at adding textures than I am.
Thoughts, opinions, constructive criticism, it's all good to me. I will delete all spam comments however, so don't even bother trying!