This is my version of the Bluebell Wood I visited last Spring. I liked the pictures I took, but they looked a bit washed out to me and never felt right. I finally had an epiphany when I discovered tilt-shift. It’s a technique that allows you to either make something look like a model railway town or created a slightly otherworldly feel. I used this technique for the latter here.
I first cropped the image, then applied the tilt-shift (lots of tutorials out there) then applied gradients, colour and textures to go from the image below to the one above. Now it feels like the day I went out Bluebell-Spotting. :-)
Part of my new series of images for licensing on Arcangel-Images – use this code: SYST-0120
Created with my own photographs in Photoshop, no stock used.