Signe Emmerich, FPSA, EPSA  


Garden Gate by Signe Emmerich, FPSA, EPSA

March 2020 - Garden Gate

March 2020 - Signe Emmerich, FPSA, EPSA

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About the Image(s)

This image was taken at Old World Wisconsin, an outdoor museum of early Wisconsin buildings. This scene is of a heritage garden. I used the oil painting filter to see if the filter worked better with this image than the one I did a couple of years ago of Lake Tahoe. This scene is a little more detailed and I wanted to see if the filter effect would work in this case.


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4 comments posted

Nick Muskovac   Nick Muskovac
There is good separation between the wooden gate the building in the back. The greens stand out the most to my eye. It would have been nice if there were more clouds in the sky.   Posted: 03/13/2020 14:03:27

Dr V G Mohanan Nair   Dr V G Mohanan Nair
Very good image. There is good separation of near, middle and distant objects. The image is sharp with nice colors. The effect of the oil painting looks nice. It is visible when a large image is viewed. The sky is a little dull, I think you can enhance it.   Posted: 03/20/2020 13:32:02

Brian Davis   Brian Davis
I am not a great fan of filters but it has not distracted from the garden in this instance. Your title is the gate and this dominates the foreground of this shot with the garden filling in the interest through the gate   Posted: 03/21/2020 13:59:46

David Allen   David Allen
The gate posts invite me in to the nice garden. I couldn't see any brush strokes until I down loaded it to my computer and expanded it to full screen. Frankly, the brush strokes aren't quite the same in the left and right eye images so they causes a bit of distraction to me.   Posted: 03/23/2020 18:53:50