Photographic Art

Photographic art that I created using my photos. When I make photographs I often have a vision of what I want to created. Sometimes it requires composite work, or I may edit the colors and add brushwork. I do my editing in Lightroom, Photoshop, on1, Luminar, Topaz and Corel Painter.

Link to all my posts in the Photographic Art category

Here are a few examples of my photographic art. Click on images to enlarge them.

Niece and Nephew with Cherries 4/27/2008
“Sweet Moment” Niece and Nephew with Cherries 4/27/2008
Black Vulture on Gold, Boquete, Panama 5/24/2014
Black Vulture on Gold, Boquete, Panama 5/24/2014
It was morning, and the new sun sparkled gold across the ripples of a gentle sea.
Livingston Seagull, It was morning, and the new sun sparkled gold across the ripples of a gentle sea.
Turtle and Elephants World in the Universe 1/23/2014
Turtle and Elephants World in the Universe a dream interpretation 1/23/2014
The Pavilion Transforming
“Ghostly Pavilion” The Pavilion Transforming
My Private Garden in London
My Private Garden in London, from a childhood memory
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Bufflehead in the Sky

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11 thoughts on “Photographic Art

  1. debiriley 2016-03-31 / 4:52 am

    wonderfully artistic and creative!! I love your approach and these images!
    wish I knew how 🙂

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    • Sherry Lynn Felix 2016-03-31 / 5:08 am

      Thankyou. It isn’t hard. It takes some time to learn Photoshop and Lightroom. Lots of free tutorials out there.

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  2. Midwestern Plant Girl 2016-02-16 / 6:49 am

    I have dabbled in photoshop before, but really only for removing or adding. Not really for artist purposes. Your art is inspiring! I love how you blend things. I will hopefully try to play with my photos more. Programs and apps do make it easier these days. 😃

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    • Sherry Lynn Felix 2016-02-16 / 7:47 am

      I use mostly Lightroom then Photoshop and maybe on1 and Corel Painter. I don’t like those apps that create a look that someone else made. KelbyOne http://kelbyone.com/ and their magazine is a good place to start learning tricks. I have fun learning one a few new trick a month (20 minutes). Now I can pretty much make what I envision. Hope you have fun too.

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  3. I have added Digital Art to my bucket list in my second childhood. Your body of work is extensive and since I retired, I have often wondered where my life may have taken me if I had focused a career in the creative arts. Hopefully, I have the next forty plus years or more to find out. Lol!

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