Monday, 16 March 2015

GERBERAS LIQUIDISED

I am testing out a new free image processing program for Macintosh called "Affinity". This is an alternative to the highly popular Photoshop. I must say that I am impressed! Of course after having used Photoshop for so long, becoming familiar with a new image processing interface will take some time, but I am willing to try as I do not wish to pay a monthly subscription to keep using Photoshop. Having just switched computers, I found to my horror that I could not use my (legal and licensed) copy of Photoshop on my new computer... So here's to Affinity!

This post is part of the Monday Mellow Yellows meme,
and also part of the Mandarin Orange Monday meme,
and also part of the Nature Footstep Digital Art Meme.





12 comments:

  1. You can't go wrong when you start out with Gerberas ... but my hat is off to Affinity as well and to you. This is a great grouping and stunning colors. I would say you are off to a great start with your new program. Look forward to seeing more :)

    Andrea @ From The Sol

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  2. This is so fun! I love the colors and the editing. I'll have to check to see if Affinity is available for PC too. Thanks so much for sharing.

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  3. Great manipulations of Gerberas! Thank you for sharing these!

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  4. Ooh...love that last one, cool merging of the images♪ http://lauriekazmierczak.com/jagged-ice/

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  5. I dun't like the photo shop, like flower in their natural self.

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  6. Oh yes, this is a good work, i like it so much !
    This is my contribution
    Greetings from germany

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  7. great use of the beautiful flowers. Love the abstracts it created :)

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  8. The swirl of bright colour is so magical. The gerberas re-invent themselves well.

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  9. I see some Godfrey Miller there...brighter colours..but similar structure. Do you? I do like very much what you have done with all of them. And thank you for the encouraging remark about my painting. I am trying to get started with painting again, by revisiting some older ones.

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