Texture processing




Tässä on yksi paikoista joissa aika usein kuvaan, sänky. Iltapäivällä aurinko paistaa suoraan makkariin ja saan pehmennettyä valon valoverhoilla niinkuin kuvassa näkyy. Tässä minun hieno "studioni" ei taida olla ihan pro tasoa mutta passaa minulle:)

Here is a picture where I shoot quite often, my bed. In the afternoon sun is shining to my bedroom so there is enough light to shoot and I soften hard light with thin white curtains. So this is my "studio" most often, not very pro but it is good enough to me:)


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  1. How creative your are for your photo studio. Nice that you shared that with readers.
    Did I miss something about your title?
    How did you come up with the name HOMESICK?

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  2. Beautiful texture work. Love the old photo background too. How do you get that affect?

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  3. great touch up, i love it...

    visiting you from SST!

    here's mine:

    http://point-shoot-vhen.blogspot.com/2011/04/wacky.html

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  4. Joo kiva kun näytit studiosi. Tykkään!

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  5. I love your "studio"! mine is near the balcony :D great processing of the flowers, I need to learn to mask :D

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  6. Very kind to share all this with us ...

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  7. Who cares if it isn't pro...it's fabulous! Your photos never cease to amaze me! Your florist must love you!

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  8. Bloggaajilla taitaa olla kaikenlaisia nokkelasti viritettyjä "kotistudioita".

    Itse käytän valkoista (välillä muunkin väristä) pahvia taustana ruokakuvissa (paitsi usein kyllä kuvaan ihan keittiön tasolla ilman mitään taustoja, kun haluan saada ruoan nopeasti lämpimänä pöytään...). TV-kuvaaja-siippani nauraa (hyväntahtoisesti) ruokakuvauksiani, mutta on välillä ollut ihan vaikuttunutkin joistain pikku ideoistani.

    Sinulla on kyllä kuvissasi ihan amattilaisen otteet, viis siitä missä ja miten ne on otettu.

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  9. Another gorgeous photo Henrietta. Love the textures. I had to laugh because I use my dining room table for my studio in just the same way you use your bed. V

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  10. Really special. Love your studio.

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  11. Beautiful work, Teresa

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  12. Amazing results ~ Really beautiful. Have a lovely day!

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  13. Thank you so much for sharing this. I just wanted a visual of how you manage to capture such great images. But you are very talented. This is gorgeous!!

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  14. The finished product is Very professional! My studio is in my bedroom too, but never thought to set it up on the bed! And I use the back deck sometimes.
    On the BG layer, how did you get the rosy color?
    I too am wondering about "homesick." Where is home?

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  15. Thanks for sharing some of your "secrets" Henrietta. Your photos are always so beautiful. :)

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  16. Oooooh I really love that. It looks perfect!

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  17. Gorgeous shot. I love that you showed your "studio" as well. Great lighting!

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  18. Your photos are amazing! The blossoms are beautiful:)

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  19. Thanks for showing us your studio and sharing your processing techniques! Now I see possibilities in my own house. :) Great processing work.

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  20. We make do with what we have and you get wonderful results!

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  21. Apua, mitä nuo oranssit kukat vasemmalla palkissa ovat? Mulla oli niitä kerran ja kestivät tuhat vuotta!

    Ja kuvasi ovat yhä upeita :)

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  22. Janie2-Blog name homesick is cause I'm always missing home, when I'm at work or anywhere than at home. It might be little wrong maybe the right word is homesickness but the shirt version sounds better:)

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  23. Heli- se on afrikan tähdikki ja tosissaan kestää tuhat vuotta. Mua säälitti ihan kauheesti heittää se roskiin kun lähettiin kahdeksi viikoksi reissuun ja se oli ihan kunnossa mutta vesi olis alkanut haiseen.

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  24. Hootnanny-On the BG layer, how did you get the rosy color?
    In photoshop CS you go to Image,adjustments,photo filter and I used warming filter 85 density about 35%. It very handy to give some warm light to the picture, sorry I didn't remember to mention that.
    My blog name "story" you can read what I have write to Janie2

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  25. Kiva kun sulla on hyvä paikka kotona kuvata. Oma studio kullan kallis =)

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  26. Fantastic photos! It isn´t necessary with professional equipment to take great photos. Med fantasi och kreativitet kommer man oerhört långt! Det bevisar du!
    Jag brukar använda både kök och sovrum beroende på var ljuset är bäst för tillfället
    Tack för dina redigeringstips!
    Glad Påsk!

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  27. Hi Henrietta,
    I like your studio. We photographers always have to make the best of the situation.
    It sounds like you are not happy with the result of the election. Funny with the Facebook group.
    All the best,
    Ingrid xoxo

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  28. Ingrid-No I'm not happy about election result but what can we do...just have to live with that for next for years:)

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  29. Oh, Henrietta! I love your photo...but I'm totally fascinated with your 'studio.' I wonder if I could do something similar? Your photos are always so beautiful.

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  30. My photography setups are just as simple. It just goes to show you that things don't have to be complicated to produce something pretty.

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  31. I love that you have showed us how you do your work. So awesome!

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  32. Beautiful! Love your processing!

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  33. Henrietta this is so pretty. I love the beautiful images that you share in texture tuesday.
    Have a beautiful week!

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  34. Now I know what you meant on your comment in my blog about taking pics on your bed. And as someone else said, the result photos are really professional. This is genious, going arround your house looking for the best lightning.

    I just learned that I'll be doing my clerkship in Oulu! :D (This was my first option!!)

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  35. If it produces images like these, it's a great studio!

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  36. Love your photos. And THANKS for the picture of your studio! Now I can set one up just like yours! Thank you Thank you! You opened my eyes to another way of seeing! And thanks for visiting my blog.

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  37. So pretty! Beautifully done :)

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  38. Very nice work. Thank you for sharing your process.

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  39. Jag blev stum :))) Så enkelt, fast jag brukar ha "studio" i köket ;)
    Fantastic!!!
    Tusen tack!
    Mvh Halina

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