I don't tend to take the dreamy, soft light photos that I think are so beautiful on others' blogs. I haven't worked with textures because after taking an online Kim Klassen class, I immediately forgot everything I learned. And you know I get my brain all tangled up when I work in Photoshop. So I was very happy to hear that I could do textures in PicMonkey. Yippee for me and probably so many others.
Our dear blogging friend, Nancy Claeys, offers her own textures via subscription. What a gal, huh? So I decided to download a couple of those and apply them to my photos. Easy!! I'm serious, so easy. I was quite delighted and plan to try my hand with other photos that I think might be enhanced with a texture.
Here's my first and I think it turned out quite nice. Thanks again to Nancy because I'm sure she invested a fair amount of her time with creating textures, and she's nice enough to share them with her blogging friends.
If I recall, this texture is named Victoria. I think it's perfect for my Calla Lily.
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