“Dogwood fence”

Dogwood fence   {explore}

I shot this about a month ago and to my surprise, it made Flickr’s Explore. To add interest, I boosted the brightness and added some cross processing.

Here’s the original photo:

dogwood fence before

On another note, I just found a really funny blog, The Good Greatsby. Paul Johnson makes me laugh (out loud) every single day. If you like dry, intelligent wit, you’ll love his blog.

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18 Responses to “Dogwood fence”

  1. flyinggma says:

    I love the fence in this photo and the lighting. I will have to check out the blog you mentioned.

  2. Mindy says:

    Very beautiful! It looks vintage.

  3. jacquelincangro says:

    Congrats on being posted to Flickr’s Explore! You deserve it. These are lovely.

  4. Cheryl says:

    I like the cross processing technique, thanks. Will give it a try. I would love to laugh out loud every day so will check out Paul Johnson’s blog. The Hack does the same for me: http://thehacknovelist.wordpress.com Cheryl

  5. Caroline says:

    Very luminous and delicate. Almost like lace. I always enjoy these before/after photos.
    Thanks for the recommendation, I will check it out.

  6. Thanks for recommending The Good Greatsby, Ms. Pearl. I checked it out today, and I was not disappointed. I finally understand what all the cool kids were talking about on the playground when they mentioned The Good Greatsby and how it had changed their lives for the better.

  7. Cheryl says:

    Good morning, Carole. I experimented with ‘cross processing’ after viewing your incredible results in this post. http://jpgmag.com/photos/3020401 Using the camera setting instead of post-processing (no before/after comparison shots). This was taken between waves of violent thunderstorms. But the greens and blues were already so ‘electrified’ by another approaching storm, I couldn’t resist and took the chance. Thanks for sharing your cross processing imagery …

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