Photo Recipe - Altering Sunlight
I just love seeing hay bales in fields. I don't know why, but it seems that the ones that are the prettiest get picked up the fastest! I was glad I was able to capture this field... the next time I drove by they were gone. Unfortunately, the lighting wasn't the greatest when I went by.
This is okay, but seems a little flat to me. I much prefer this one:
This was really easy to do! I started with Plum (43% opacity) from the Vintage Veils - these are my favorites! I then added Curly Willow (24% opacity) from the Botanical Veils, and then finished up with 2 from the Simplicity Collection- Dream (29% opacity) and Autumn Blaze (62% opacity). As you can see, I used several different veils and textures, but have them at a pretty low opacity. I find that when I use multiple adjustments, a little goes a long way.
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