Thursday, May 6, 2010

Wisteria - Before and After


I think this is one of my favourite photos I've taken, when I have a back yard one day the terrace will be covered with wisteria. I edited in Picasa, and am using an el cheapo Olympus Point & Shoot.

Here's the original

After Auto Contrast

After I'm Feeling Lucky

After Auto Colour



14 comments:

Frau said...

Gorgeous! So pretty !

Colleen said...

I'm not sure which edit I like better. Maybe the auto contrast. Your original is very pretty too.

Kiki said...

Hey Shelle...I have always loooved wisteria..such gorgeous and dazzling shots ..yay....they are all beauties..I think I love the first the most...it is airy and enchanting!
Kiki~

Melani said...

I love the pics! and I love Picasa! it is so fun to crop, contrast and whatever else you can do there! Beautiful!

Len♥reNeverM♥re said...

gorgeous!
The smell so beautiful as well~
xo

Pixel Perfect said...

The last one is my favorite!! So gorgeous!!

Raymonde said...

Shelle, these are all beautiful. Hard to pick a favorite, maybe "I'm feeling lucky".

Take care. xxx

Donna said...

I like the 2nd one but they're all really nice. I sometimes have trouble figuring out when to stop. :)

Donna
Our Blog: Double Happiness!

lovingmylife said...

Beautiful. The last is my favorite

Kate said...

So pretty. I love wisteria. I plant one every year thinking at some point I'll get lucky or find a plant that puts up with my cold winters. They all end up in the compost bin. :) You moved your blog?? I lost track of you for awhile. Glad we're reconnected.

Serline said...

This is purple, so my hubby's opinion comes first. The third shot, before the Auto-color, since the last one made it not so purple anymore... Happy Mother's Day!

Jingle said...

it is simply gorgeous!
lovely post!
Happy Mother's Day!

Coneflower Ranch said...

I've seen so many amazing photos people have taken with point and shoots (this being one of them!) I've been thinking seriously about getting one to stick in my purse to have with me at all times, I have a D5000 but it's much too bulky to carry all the time, and there's always that moment when you wish you had your camera with you!

chasity said...

beautiful photos...i heart the feeling lucky one!
very nice wisteria. wish i had one :)