Monday, 30 May 2011

Busy Sky to Fire in Sky

Busy Sky to Fire in Sky with just a tweak of a button.
This was done in PSE2 by just tweaking the colour - These photos have been posted before, but thought I would show what can be done with just a tweak of a button. This fire in the sky gave me the thought of The World under attack and on fire.Its amazing what a little colour can put ideas in ones head.

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13 comments:

Betty Manousos@ Cut and Dry said...

omg, magnificent shots!!

hope you're having a great day!

George said...

You've got a great imagination and a wonderful eye. I really like what you've done with the tweak of a button. It's beautiful.

katney said...

There you go again, Stewart--messing with a perfectly good photo. LOL The results are good.

Cezar and Léia said...

Dramaric sky, I think I love the second one. Imagine one attack of love and good energies!
:)
Léia

Krista said...

What a fantastic transformation! I really like both versions.

I am looking forward to doing some more editing this week now that my crazy two week whirlwind Yukon/Alaska tour is done. I need a vacation from my vacation - so I came back to work this morning. hehe

Gattina said...

Terrific ! the second one are the colors I always use in my paintings !
Very creative !

Martha (MM) said...

Hey there Stewart! Great shot and neat tweak. I've really got to get a photo editing program one of these days. Great header too. Glad to see the challenge is still going strong :-)

*Honest Abe said...

Good processing job on these.

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Beautiful what a 'touch of a button' can do!!!!! I love my PSE program.
Betsy

Gailsman said...

We really had a red sky tonight. So should be a good day tomorrow. Shame that I have to be in work.

SandyCarlson said...

You tweaked those to perfection, friend. Amazing. I wouldn't mind taking a flying leap straight into those skies!

ladyfi said...

Fabulous shots!

lynnwiles said...

whoa, what a difference!