Wednesday, 2 March 2011

Another Cat and Photoshop Post

Cats have such sweet expressions. Here is Cassie on Sunday morning hoping to cadge a quick treat or two from Andy as he does the washing up. That is her happy face! I was playing in photoshop last night with recent and not so recent photos. I love the way the mood of a picture is changed by the effects you use.
Hopeful and fresh.

Ethereal and light.

Ghostly.

11 comments:

rebecca said...

i am so relieved to see someone else has a cat so at home in the kitchen.
it all works out nicely until my mother in law comes visiting!

→lisa said...

♥Cassie♥

I really like the ghostly photo. It makes me think of really old photos you sometimes see of spiritualist seances that have been doctored to show a splotch of ectoplasm or a transparent apparition. spooooky!

Anairam said...

I like your Photoshop experiments. I would draw in a ghost in that last one!

frayedattheedge said...

Anairam stole my comment!!

Leenie said...

Cassie has such a sweet happy face. She is so well groomed and spiffy that I would welcome her in the kitchen. Thomas is more of a dust mop. He stays on the floor. Mostly because he hates to jump.

The almost-blossoms of your bulbs say spring is certainly in the air!

Love to play with Photoshop effects. Yours turned out great.

Linda Sue said...

Cassie is such a pretty kitty- does she help with the washing up? LOve the last shot with the mystery all about it! Love the tea kettle too!

Liz said...

Cassie is just adorable! Love what you did with Photoshop!

Lynne said...

Love Cassies happy face.
You have so much fun with photoshop!

Sam said...

Awww! I bet she is purring!!! She has the purring face (and paws!)!

Kat Mortensen said...

Cassie has gotten so big, hasn't she? Sweet face, I call it.

Kiss her head for me.

Kat

Di said...

Oh I love the effects on your photos. So beautiful. I've been doing the same. Putting together some textures from photos we took when in France last year. Hubby takes lots of texture photos (concrete, fences, pavements, walls, doors etc..) as he uses them in his work texturing his 3d models but I realised they make great textures overlays on photos! Very cool. I must do a blog post about it soon. x