How many times have we heard our mother tell us Come on, eat it! It’s full of good things! Well, here is proof that moms are always right!

 Again, this is my starting image. Please refer to Renaissance Still Life for more details on how it was made. I selected only the fruit with the elliptical marquee tool, and discarded the rest. Then I sperized with the distort filter, and scaled everything to fit into the apple.
   
 To obtain the final image, I mostly stacked three layers of this image of a red apple ornament over the fruit, blended in screen mode in various opacities. Finally, I adjusted levels for each colour channel separately.

Featured in the group Globes, Spheres and Curves on May 29, 2009

Featured in Graphic Editing 101 on September 24, 2010

Featured in the Food for Thought Group on June 7, 2009

Finished in 3rd position of Top Ten in the June Avatar challenge of the Food for Thought Group on June 7, 2009

548 views on February 9, 2010

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Comments

  • charitygrace
    charitygraceover 5 years ago

    What a cool idea!

  • Thank you! :-)

    – Johanne Brunet

  • TickerGirl
    TickerGirlover 5 years ago

    That’s a very cool idea Johanne, well done!

  • Thank you Monika!

    – Johanne Brunet

  • Digitalbcon
    Digitalbconover 5 years ago

    This is just fantastic!! You are so creative!! I love it…instant favorite!!

  • Thanks for your kind comment and for the fav, Blair, I really appreciate it!

    – Johanne Brunet

  • Carole Brunet
    Carole Brunetover 5 years ago

    Gorgous photo-montage, amazing work and instant fav!

  • Thank you Sister! Glad that you like it, and thanks for the fav! :-)

    – Johanne Brunet

  • Squealia
    Squealiaover 5 years ago

    Excellent work :O)

  • Thank you Celia! :-)

    – Johanne Brunet

  • nadine henley
    nadine henleyover 5 years ago

    it’s so generous of you to explain how you do something so imaginative – one day I’m going to have a go!

  • Thank you Nadine! I learned by using tutorials that other people had made available on the net, so this is only Pay to the Next to me. :-)

    – Johanne Brunet

  • Wendi Donaldson
    Wendi Donaldsonover 5 years ago

    Oh Clever Clogs!!! this is amazing! Well done, Johanne!!

  • Thank you Wendi, and thank you for the favouriting! Clever clogs, huh? LOL!!!

    – Johanne Brunet

  • PeterBusser
    PeterBusserover 5 years ago

    This looks really healthy! Packe with flavor, vitamins and everything else that’s good for body, mind and soul! The water droplets look like little glass pearls. Better don’t eat them ;-).

  • Thank you Peter! You’re right, they’re tiny clear plastic beads, not to be eaten, for sure! :-)

    – Johanne Brunet

  • Ursula Rodgers
    Ursula Rodgersover 5 years ago

    Wow! A clever combination of your images Jo! Well done my friend (LOL at Wendi’s comment!)

  • Thank you Ursula! With my limited knowledge of English expressions, I had to look it up on the web. The first definition I came upon was more in the sense of smarty pants . A bit unsure, I kept looking, and to my relief, I finally found more flattering definitions… LOL!

    – Johanne Brunet

  • barefootpaul
    barefootpaulover 5 years ago

    This is a clever composite. I like it it’s very strong, Johanne! The images blend very well technically and the subject matter is juicy …. mmmmm!

  • Thank you Paul for this great comment! The subject matter is indeed juicy… and healthy! :-

    – Johanne Brunet

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