To Martino






























This is to Martino, our mentor in Tuscany. I finally figured out something about editing these landscapes....or at least I think I have:) I'm little surprised my self how great it turned to be. I don't know why it is not sharp here but if you go to see it in Flick here you see it better. I love it.

posted:
(Lovely Lisa's) The Creative Exchange 

EDIT:
I can't believe how easy it was. I have cried and cursed how bad my landscape pictures are, no colors dead flat but this is the way how I can make them look beautiful. It doesn't work for every photo but at least this one landscape is perfect now, I'm so happy:)


Comments

  1. So beautiful! Would love to know what you figured out!

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  2. Thats absolute stunning!!! I love Italy and Tuscany :))

    Did you make it in photoshop?? Whould you share the recipe??? ;))

    Have a nice day.

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  3. That is a gorgeous landscape!! Well done. Please share your technique!

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  4. Henrietta, when I look at this, I think of something from a travel magazine! This is truly a breathtaking landscape photograph, and your work on it is superb.

    Thank you so much for sharing this today at The Creative Exchange.

    Have a wonderful evening!

    lisa.

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  5. It's gorgous! And, Tuscany; wow, I'm so jealous :D

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  6. I like your work so much. And I am learning every time I got to your blogg. Thanks for sharing.
    Hilda

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  7. Ihanan satumaista. Matkakuume nousi taas.

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  8. beautiful work you did good amazing how when something clicks it is like an awe moment

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  9. Your finished landscape looks amazing! Exciting when you realise how you can do more with your photos, I'm only just beginning.

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  10. Different image, great too!!!

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  11. You should be happy, this is stunning!!! It is so fun to see your vision revealed in different subject matter. The end result is striking, whatever the subject.

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  12. This is a wonderful view and your capture is amazing! I love the layout of your blog!

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  13. love your entries this week - oh to be in Tuscanny right not!!!!
    must check out your other photos

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  14. I like it too .Thank you for sharing the recipe ! :)

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  15. AAh, ollapa tuolla nauttimassa lämmöstä, kauniista maisemista ja juomassa viiniä ruuan kera.

    Ihana kuva!

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  16. Beautiful.. What a breathtaking view.. I am going to have to give this a try..

    Hugs, Linda

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  17. Beautiful landscape...wonderful editing, but you had a great photo first!

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  18. Beautiful Henrietta! I love Italy!

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  19. Great work, well done! I love the 'old card' effect. Have a special day!

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  20. I see what you mean about this one not being as sharp as the flickr image, but sometimes I think it's blogger & sometimes it may be the black background... some shots seem to look clearer & often times better on a black background, but that's just some observations I've made while blogging...

    Gorgeous view no matter what background! =)

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  21. I'm so glad you are happy with the results and that you have a new trick up your sleeve! Beautiful, stunning landscape. Makes me want to go there right now! Well done!! xo

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