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A weather beaten parasol, when viewed from close up, looks like this

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but when edited and framed can look like this

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I’ve used the cut out filter, then added the note paper filter and blended it at multiply. The frame is from Filter Forge.

You can see many different photo editings on this theme at Sonel’s corner.

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Comments on: "Photo editing challenge: macro" (4)

  1. Beautiful macro and edit Carol. Love the effect. :D
    Thanks for taking part and for sharing. *hugs*

  2. Looks like that parasol got plenty of use. lol
    Glad you didn’t challenge us with, “Guess What This Is.” I would never have guessed what is was. :)
    Interesting response to the challenge.

  3. I like the affect. It would be great to use with digital scrapbooking as well.

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