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Vanity

Nikon Df| Nikkor 28-105 af-d| PS CC 2017 and On1| Textures by:

Alienblue2, Photowinkle, and kk_kristin

more to come…

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28 Comments

  1. I’m loving every creative aspect of this… the composition, the editing, the focus… all of it so great. Love that in the comments you shared how you create it! 🙂

  2. Wow! You have surpassed the beauty in many of other past stunning photographs, Deborah.
    This has a mysterious and artistic effect. hugs xo 💐

    • Oh, thank you so much for this compliment Robin! I may float all day on it! 🙂 xx

      • Deborah, so happy to have you floating along. You’re very welcome.
        Yay! I finally am finished with packing up oldest daughter, Micah and Skyler’s things with their help, moving into a new “first home” which Daniel and she purchased. 🏡

        • How exciting for them! I hope they many, many happy years in their new home.

          • I believe they will, Deborah! Thanks k you for this special message and wish! 💐

  3. this is brilliant! I love the composition- and humour!

  4. Lovely image and quite unique! Wordless Wednesday has me wondering how you did it! 🙂

    • Oh, thank you so much for this comment and compliment Denise!

      How I did it. Monday is cleaning day and while putting things back on my bathroom sink vanity I saw the reflection of my Mermaid sculpture in the little make-up mirror and dropped everything, jumped over the vacuum cleaner, the quickly went to get my camera while the inspiration was hot! 🙂

      I used the macro 1:2 function of my old 28-105 at 105mm I wanted the reflection sharp and the rest of frame blurred. I clicked a few frames. I zoomed out with my feet a bit and change the angle to this clicked a couple more, and then uploaded the images to my computer.
      My little make-up mirror really does say ” I’m so Fancy”, but it was outside the circle of confusion and out of focus, so I cloned it out, then added a Text Layer , found a font very similar to it, typed it out then curved it to match the curve of the mirror like mine does.

      After that I wanted to make it more artsy so I added a vintage preset with a white border, then added 3 textures that I hope look like water or the sea in the background.

      That’s pretty much how I did it. 🙂

  5. Good stuff! She is SO fancy!

  6. So cool.

  7. Oh, I love this!

  8. Nice!

  9. Oh I really like this, Deborah. What a wonderful composition!

  10. Beautiful and beautifully edited, Deborah. Happy Wednesday.

    janet

  11. I love that photo, Deborah. I love it when reflections show more than the actual object. I don’t recall ever seeing that effect in a mirror image. Nicely done!

  12. Where’s the LOVE button? WONDERFUL photograph!


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