Masterpiece

March 11, 2008 @ 7:43 pm | Filed under: Art, Photos

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Remember how y’all thought my water-spotted windows gave the nasturtiums photo a nice impressionist look?

Alli took it to the next level. I admit it: I would seriously hang this on my wall. Oh my goodness. She did a Van Gogh version too, and I’m totally torn.

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I’ll never look at a dirty window the same way again.


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  1. Stunning. I’d hang that on my wall too.

  2. You should have your children try and copy those – that would be a fun afternoon.

  3. That is lovely! I’d hang it on my wall! I’d be going to winkflash to have an art print done of it.

    It is art!

  4. How beautiful! Are these just computer-adjusted versions of the original photo? I’ve seen software turn a photo into a watercolor painting, but how exactly did you achieve the above effects, especially the Van Gogh that Alli did?

  5. Lovely! What an inspired idea.

    And I’d also like to know how Alli achieved those effects. Looks like it would be fun to play with.

  6. Y’all make me blush. 😉

    It was really easy. I use a photoediting software program called -PhotoImpact Pro.

    It is a less expensive & a much easier program than Photoshop.

    Love, Alli

  7. This is a great website. 🙂

    Lovely flowers shown in the original photo, the impressionist version and in the Van Gogh style – all very cheery and show off God’s glorious creation. Thank you for sharing them.