THIS IS A GROUP FOR PHOTOGRAPHERS THAT ADD TEXTURES TO THEIR IMAGES. If your image does not have an overlay or texture added to the image I will delete it. Also for those that up load more then 3 THREE a day I will delete anything over 3 for that day. So please follow these TWO very simple steps. I am not trying to be mean but for those that can not follow the rules of 3 images a day your images will not be featured and if it continues I will just remove your images from the group. Thanks for understanding.
I want us to create a group whose members take a perfectly good photograph,
and turn it into a Piece of Art with Textures and creates an image that looks distressed, neglected, aged or worn or a beautiful painting. If you enjoy producing high quality images and adding textures to them, you�re invited to join our little group.
We are living art, created to hang on, stand up. forbear continue and encourage others. So let us make this a group that inspires and encourage others.
Please limit your submissions to only three (3) a day. This will allow others to have their work seen on the main pages also.
Also let us try to make comments and encourage one another, vote and fave the images to help get our images noticed. Also let's remember this is a family oriented group so please no NUDES.
Please take time and congratulate our winners from our recent contest of Autumn.
Please check out our featured member: Jai Johnson
Hello everyone! Thanks Darren for the feature. My name is Jai (pronounced Jay) and I am a wildlife and nature photographic artist. My day starts right after daylight with hawks and deer and whatever other furry or feathered friends I can find. I might see a pretty flower along the way, or a pleasant scene. I look for serenity in everything I capture with my lens, whether it be a country field, a still pond, the song of the cardinals, bluebirds, hummingbirds and other songbirds, the whoosh of an eagle's wings overhead, or a beautiful bloom in the garden. I live in West Tennessee where there's nothing famous or exciting, but there is a lot of peacefulness and quiet beauty. I started my young life as a photographer, moved into jewelry design for many, many years, and then moved into traditional painting in a variety of mediums. It's all come full circle, as I now merge my photographs with painted textures, and I tend to prefer warm and rich jewel-like tones in my pieces. These days, I'm using my hand painted chalk pastel textures paired with many of my birds, wildlife and nature photos, and I use a variety of other textures to create the colors, mood, and lighting I want in my landscapes and scenes.