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Friday, March 9, 2012

Using the spiral staircase

Thankfully I only have to walk up 3 levels of the grand spiral staircase to reach my temporary office – the lift goes to the 6th level and then we walk. 

Looking down into the well of the staircase makes me giddy but produces some fabulous photos.  I used one of these for my Friday Photoart this week.

green-spiral

I used the Pixel Dust Photo Art Blue Moon texture as the background and Statement Frames as the top layer – with the hue changed to show green.  I added an artistic filter to each photo of the spiral.

19 comments:

Nadege, said...

I love the effect of the texture and how you have used the frames. Great work.

Terrie said...

This is a cool composite and perfect text to go with it. Very clever. And it's actually slightly obscured as well.....not immediately apparent what I'm looking at. I like the use of the frames.

Deborah said...

Absolutely fabulous Helena! . . . and thank goodness you only have to climb 3 levels!

Kaylene said...

A fantastic shot and editing.

Carol aka Traveller said...

this is a stunning composition. I really like the different views of the staircase and the statement frames texture

Tatjana Parkacheva said...

Beautiful work.

Regards and best wishes

Anki said...

This looks very nice.

Lizzie said...

Gosh, wow, this is just gorgeous! A real little bit of Art! I think you should have it nicely printed, then frame it up for the wall at home!

ceevee said...

Great work. What an opportunity to take many shot of that spiral staircase.

alexa said...

Very beautiful work - so artistic.

Pat said...

This is really good!

Michelle V. Alkerton said...

Incredible :).
Stay inspired!

Ida said...

Wow those are some stairs. Your artistic interpretation of them is fabulous.

Kathy said...

Wow...that's a fabulous stair case. Great shots and I love the editing you did.

Capture Life!

Kathy

Bonnie said...

So creative. The two spiral staircases - at first glance - almost look like owl's eyes to me! Love the message imbedded in the image. Thank you for sharing with PAF.

Miriam said...

This is gorgeous, I am still trying to master this technique, I'll keep going, thanks for the inspiration Helena

kareninkenai said...

Very beautiful processing. Thanks so much for sharing your work. Karen

Jeanne said...

Really great shot and processing is so unique!

Ginger said...

such a creative and artistic photo - LoVE it!!