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Photography to create art by – Southern New Mexico Festival of Quilts.

UntitledNo. I’m not tapping away on the typewriter, but I am working on our photography class for next week.

No, it’s not how to take a super photograph with all the bells and whistles, It’s a down to earth look at how to take an image and use it to create a piece of Textile art.

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Waterlogue 1.1.4 (1.1.4) Preset Style = ?It's Technical? Format = 6" (Medium) Format Margin = None Format Border = Straight Drawing = Technical Pen Drawing Weight = Medium Drawing Detail = High Paint = Natural Paint Lightness = Normal Paint Intensity = Normal Water = Tap Water Water Edges = Medium Water Bleed = Minimal Brush = Natural Detail Brush Focus = Everything Brush Spacing = Wide Paper = Graph Paper Texture = Medium Paper Shading = Light Options Faces = Enhance Faces

These were some  images I took yesterday and then voila it become art.

Hi there.

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Waterlogue 1.1.4 (1.1.4) Preset Style = Bold Format = 6" (Medium) Format Margin = None Format Border = Straight Drawing = #2 Pencil Drawing Weight = Heavy Drawing Detail = Medium Paint = High Contrast Paint Lightness = Normal Paint Intensity = More Water = Tap Water Water Edges = Blurry Water Bleed = Average Brush = Fine Detail Brush Focus = Everything Brush Spacing = Medium Paper = Watercolor Paper Texture = Medium Paper Shading = Medium Options Faces = Enhance Faces

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6 Comments

  1. Mary Salmon says

    Hi! I so love your posts! I have similar pictures of New Mexico pueblos. I want to
    Make quilts. I cannot draw or paint.
    I love your work.
    Mary

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  2. Love those photos! You have a great eye for capturing artful photos with perspective!

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  3. Joanne Wilshanetsky says

    I just started following you down the garden path, or as of late, the quilt show. I enjoy your photos and insights. I just wanted to say Thank You.

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