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Friday, March 1, 2013

Photo Art Friday - 03/01/2013


 
For Photo Art Friday this week, the optional prompt is Vintage. I took a picture of one of the girls out in the cow pasture and tried to give it a vintage photo look by using Bonnie's Vintage Vellum texture. Then, I couldn't decide if I liked the sepia or the B&W better so you get to see both. ;)
Below is the original, it's Jerry's favorite.


Also sharing with P52 Sweet Shot Tuesday and Weekly Top Shot.

37 comments:

~~~jennifer~~~ said...

I love your edit. It definitely has the vintage feel.

MTWaggin said...

Nice job. I like the sepia better only because it looks more "old west" with the subject! What lovely horns she has!

Buttons said...

Oh I LOVE the vintage one. Wow longhorns:) You are so good at this editing thing:) B

TexWisGirl said...

gorgeous beast!

Emily S said...

I love the sepia toned photo. It adds a lot of mystery to the shot. Great job!

Our Neck of the Woods said...

So pretty! I have to say for the vintage prompt, I'd go with the sepia. Makes it feel really old and stained almost :) But they are all great!

Susan said...

Well, I'm with Jerry - I love the original. It almost looks like an oil painting, with those lovely mountains in the back.

Judy said...

Awe, he's so beautiful! I want him :)

Patty Woodland said...

I like the sepia...it's gorgeous.

I LOVE the horns. I have this thing for horns and antlers. They're really interesting how they curl. She looks a tetch peeved there...

Tyche's Minder said...

Wow. That is some beast. Great shot.

Currie Silver said...

all are wonderful. such a glorious beast indeed!!

momphotographer said...

I like them both! wonderful picture!

Annemor said...

Impressiv.
Best whishes.
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Evelyn S. said...

Fantastic point of view, first, Candy! Beautiful image! I can't decide which edit I like, but maybe I'm leaning towards the sepia one. Again, just wonderful.

Ida said...

Awesome image to work with.
The Sepia is my favorite. Look at those horns!

Bonnie said...

That original is wonderful as you see the mountains in the background. Of the two vintage, I like the sepia. Beautiful work, Candy.

nancy said...

I have to say, I personally prefer raw, photo that is.

louciao said...

This looks like a genuine photo from the times on the plains when teepees and smoke from woodfires would be seen on the horizon.

HansHB said...

Great photos, perfect for the theme!

acreativeharbor.com said...

Creative Photography of this beautiful animal ^_^

kkkkaty said...

wonderful shot in the first place..and they are all great but I prefer the sepia as well ;)

Marigold said...

Your photos always manage to elicit emotions. How do you do that? 'Tis talent. Always makes the Goatmother feel like when she was a kid in the 50's and watching cowboy shows on TV. :) Me? I just wish I had horns like that.

Michaele said...

This flatlander will very much pic the last photo with the mountains showing their spendor.

Tricia Hays said...

I'd hate to run into him in a dark alley... he looks MEAN! Love the shot & edits =)

Marie said...

I think I like the sepia the best, but they are all great!

edenhills said...

All three of these are so different, but they are all wonderful!

NoDak Herefords said...

I like the colors, but the sepia tone fits the 'vintage' category nicely. She sure has a nice rack (horns silly). :p

johanna said...

fantastic motif!! love how you edited it!

travelintoadventure@gmail.com said...

I would love this image in my living room ranch home.. if I had ranch home wink... but for real everything you did an awesome job here.. looks prefect..
Hugs

Tracey from Haiku.You.Do said...

I prefer the black and white! My husband would prefer the original as well. :) What a handsome lady. I meant that has a compliment to her, of course!

Madge Bloom said...

Thank you for coming by sharing your creative photography on Weekly Top Shot #72!

Kris @ beyond the whiskers said...

I think I like the sepia better, it give the piece a nice warm tone. Very cool looking.

RamblingRound said...

The original is gorgeous! What a magnificent animal.

Kristina said...

Beautiful.

Sandy said...

I like the original. I can't wait to get back down south again. I just love it down there!

gtyyup said...

LOL...yep, I'm lots of help...I like all three ;~) It's a really cool photo!

Nancy Claeys said...

A beautiful fellow and love the vintage-y look you gave your photo. :)