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Learn How Nature Images Become Art with Photo Manipulation Techniques

I live in Houston and have worked as a nurse. I have a lifelong passion for traveling, nature, and photography (preferably all together!).

Isn't he a cutie!

Isn't he a cutie!

Photo Art

Eye-catching photo art is fun to make from nature photos taken in your local surroundings.

We have a new computer, and I decided to start playing around with the Windows Live Photo Gallery to see what effects I could achieve. Many pictures of our garden were on our computer, so I decided to start with what was already there. Please respect the copyrights on these photos!

Photo manipulated Easter lily

Photo manipulated Easter lily

Cropping Photos

I cropped photos to show minute details of a portion of the original full image. The little guy above in the first photo was an anole lizard that was eyeing me from the side of our brick home. I like the effects achieved with this photo manipulation!

The photo directly above shows the inside of an Easter Lily flipped bottom to top and adjusted to get these vibrant colors.

When playing around with different color combinations, it is fascinating just how different an image can become!

Enhanced rose photo using Windows Live Photo Gallery

Enhanced rose photo using Windows Live Photo Gallery

Adjusting Details

I adjusted details to sharpen the image, sometimes getting a different perspective. The photo above started as a wide-open red rose with a yellow interior.

“The Earth is Art, The Photographer is only a Witness ”

— Yann Arthus-Bertrand, Earth from Above

It looks like a green-toned abstract painting

It looks like a green-toned abstract painting

Exposure Setting

The exposure setting let me adjust the photos for brightness, contrast, shadows, and highlights.

Would you believe that the photo above shows a portion of the underside of a colorful deceased beetle that I found in our backyard one day? It looks like an abstract painting of modern art! What does it look like to you?

Color adjustment effects of a succulent hen and chicks plant

Color adjustment effects of a succulent hen and chicks plant

Color Adjustments

I adjusted the colors for temperature, tint, and saturation.

This hen and chicks plant shown above is typically a grayish color. The official name is ghost plant, but we have always known it as the hen and chicks plant.

By adjusting the temperature, tint, and saturation, the appearance of this photo radically changed.

Photo manipulation effects of nature pictures taken in our backyard

Photo manipulation effects of nature pictures taken in our backyard

Nature Prints

Often I went back and forth between exposure and color to keep tweaking the photo for different effects.

The photo above is a portion of the beetle's top side. I found it wedged between a brick and rock walkway, and the hard shell was scratched and cracked. All of those details make for an exotic nature print when manipulated with colors and exposure settings. Effective, don't you agree?

What do you think this is?

What do you think this is?

The colorful abstracted piece shown above is that same dead beetle's underside. It is a different portion of it than the green-toned one shown earlier in this post.

Photo manipulated effects of a dianthus flower

Photo manipulated effects of a dianthus flower

The vibrant-hued photo above reminds me of an umbrella repelling raindrops. In actuality, it is a close-up and altered state of a dianthus flower photo taken in our garden.

Photo manipulated portion of an aloe vera blossom

Photo manipulated portion of an aloe vera blossom

Photography Fine Art

What is determined to be fine art photography? Some parameters can be studied and learned, but it still boils down to what is appreciated and wished to be possibly purchased or created by everyday people.

If you have a camera and computer, start playing around with this medium to see what you can create. You might be amazed!

What is pictured above is a portion of an aloe vera bloom on one of my plants.

“Art is what we call...the thing an artist does.

It's not the medium or the oil or the price or whether it hangs on a wall or you eat it. What matters, what makes it art, is that the person who made it overcame the resistance, ignored the voice of doubt and made something worth making. Something risky. Something human.

Art is not in the ...eye of the beholder. It's in the soul of the artist.”

— Seth Godin

Photo manipulation can create some great images!

Photo manipulation can create some great images!

Photo Art Prints

You can create your own photo art prints.

If you have a camera, start taking pictures of everyday things no matter the subject matter and begin to have fun with the adjustments available with the photo programs and capabilities built into most computers.

The photo above was a parasol-shaped mushroom that appeared between some of the rocks in our backyard one day.

Do you see an azalea flower?

Do you see an azalea flower?

Would you believe that the photo above is a close-up picture of an azalea blossom in our backyard? Believe it or not, it is true!

You can readily see what playing with colors and exposures plus details can do to alter a picture.

What is this?

What is this?

Nature Photography

Nature photography can be grand and glorious scenery of majestic mountains, bubbling streams, verdant forests, and such, or close-ups of naturally occurring smaller items that capture some people's interest, such as the photo above.

I hope you had as much fun looking at these nature photos and art from our backyard as I had in creating this post. I will be looking forward to your comments.

In case you are interested, this photo is the original one at the top of the page before photo manipulation altered it.

In case you are interested, this photo is the original one at the top of the page before photo manipulation altered it.

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This content is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge and is not meant to substitute for formal and individualized advice from a qualified professional.

© 2010 Peggy Woods

Comments are welcomed.

Peggy Woods (author) from Houston, Texas on April 01, 2021:

Hi Brenda,

I did have some fun with these techniques. I like the one at the top of the page best, also. Thanks for your visit and comment.

BRENDA ARLEDGE from Washington Court House on April 01, 2021:

Peggy,

I like the one at the top of the page.

It looks like you've found a toy to amaze us with.

I love how it transforms everything into different shapes and colors.

Interesting article.

Peggy Woods (author) from Houston, Texas on April 01, 2021:

Which photo do you like better? The one at the top of the page or the original image at the bottom?

Peggy Woods (author) from Houston, Texas on April 01, 2021:

Hi Dennis,

Yes, I had a lot of fun tweaking these images. I love the one of the anole lizard. We have many of them that live in our yard.

Dennis on March 31, 2021:

Wow, such color and dramatic impact. Must have been a lot of fun to produce these images.

Peggy Woods (author) from Houston, Texas on May 13, 2018:

Hi Robert,

I really did have some fun manipulating these images using photo editing techniques on my computer. Glad you liked the results.

Robert Sacchi on May 12, 2018:

This is a fun article that tells how to make art and some computer manipulation.

Peggy Woods (author) from Houston, Texas on March 13, 2015:

Hi poetryman6969,

Glad you liked the effects of what I accomplished with images taken from our backyard.

poetryman6969 on March 13, 2015:

Some beautiful effects. I enjoyed the photos.

Peggy Woods (author) from Houston, Texas on August 29, 2013:

Hello jainismus,

It is fun to play around with photo editing tools and create images such as shown here. Thanks for your comment.

Mahaveer Sanglikar from Pune, India on August 29, 2013:

This is a great idea. We can do more using photo editing tools. It is a fun as well as creativity.

Thank you for sharing this.

Peggy Woods (author) from Houston, Texas on August 29, 2013:

Hi Au fait,

So happy to hear that you enjoyed this hub and thanks for the pin and share.

C E Clark from North Texas on August 28, 2013:

I really love this hub because it's so full of creative and useful ideas. Pinned this to my 'Crafts' board and will share again with my followers.

Peggy Woods (author) from Houston, Texas on April 17, 2013:

Hi moonlake,

I had fun working with these images and got some great results...at least I think that is the case. :)) Thanks for your votes and the share as well as your comment.

moonlake from America on April 17, 2013:

Very neat. Had to share and vote up. Thanks for all the information

Peggy Woods (author) from Houston, Texas on January 29, 2013:

Hi dragonflyfla,

Nice to know that you enjoyed this hub. Thanks for your comment and vote.

Peggy Woods (author) from Houston, Texas on January 29, 2013:

Hi Au fait,

So happy to hear that this has given you some ideas of how to alter the photos you have already taken. They can be made to look quite different with photo manipulation techniques and it is rather fun to see what can be created. Thanks for the votes and share. :)

Joy Campbell from South Florida on January 29, 2013:

Thanks for sharing your tips Peggy. Voting you useful.

C E Clark from North Texas on January 28, 2013:

Peggy, you are so creative! I love the prints you have here of the lizard, the "Butterfly Photo," and the "Nature Picture," which I think is a flower. I think they're so cool and I could see them as prints on my walls. You have a lot of great ideas for here for creating wall art, greeting cards, and even decorator pillows from photographs. This really is a fabulous hub for people who want ideas for making their own art in a variety of forms from their own photos.

Voted up, BAI, and will share!

Peggy Woods (author) from Houston, Texas on November 02, 2012:

Hi Vinaya,

You are obviously smarter than I am because I have yet to figure out how to use Photoshop although I purchased it some time ago. Someday I'll have to spend some serious time exploring it. Would love to be able to do more with photos. Glad that you liked these. Thanks for your comment.

Vinaya Ghimire from Nepal on November 01, 2012:

Peggy, I also love doing photo manipulation and create new artworks from photographs. By the way I use photoshop to manipulate pictures.

You pictures are amazing.

Peggy Woods (author) from Houston, Texas on November 01, 2012:

Hi rajan jolly,

Thanks for sharing this "fun" hub and for your votes. I had fun creating these images from the photos I had taken and then using the various techniques to alter them. Photo editing can make for some dramatic transformations!

Rajan Singh Jolly from From Mumbai, presently in Jalandhar, INDIA. on November 01, 2012:

Peggy, what a amazing transformation these pictures have undergone. Very interesting and attractive they have acquired a totally different look.

Voted up and awesome. Sharing this fun hub.

Peggy Woods (author) from Houston, Texas on October 04, 2012:

Hi RTalloni,

OK...I'll tell you what that last image is. It is the same deceased beetle's top portion including the head. Quite something, isn't it! Haha! Thanks for your comment.

RTalloni on October 04, 2012:

Okay, the last is a mystery, but could it be titled "Insect in Red" or "Angry Bug?"

I hope to experiment with photos eventually. Thanks for the inspiration!

Peggy Woods (author) from Houston, Texas on October 03, 2012:

Hi Dardia,

Sad to say, I still have not figured out how to utilize Photoshop although I purchased a version of it some time ago. Guess I need lessons! I just use free photo editing tools from Windows and have some fun. Thanks for your comment.

Darlene Yager from Michigan on October 03, 2012:

It is so much fun using digital photo editors. I can get lost for days playing around with them. I haven't touched my computer much lately. I think it is time to get back to it. Back to writing and back to Photoshop! Thanks for a fun reminder of what I have been missing. :)

Peggy Woods (author) from Houston, Texas on October 02, 2012:

Hi kashmir56,

Thanks for the appreciative comment and for your sharing of this hub. Once in a while it is rather fun to see what photo effects can be made by manipulation using photo editing software.

Thomas Silvia from Massachusetts on October 02, 2012:

Hi Peggy, great hub and you did a great job using photo manipulation effects on these photos. You have enchanted them and made the very vibrant with colors . Well done !

Vote up and more !!! SHARING !

Peggy Woods (author) from Houston, Texas on August 07, 2012:

Hi Mary,

I am far from an expert in photography but do like to take photos...many of them, in fact. With the built in photo editing features that can be downloaded for free...or even built in to many computers, it is fun playing around with the photos such as demonstrated in this hub. Glad that you liked it!

Mary Hyatt from Florida on August 06, 2012:

I didn't know you were an expert in photography along with all your other talents! I don't know if I have this program on my laptop or not, I'll have to check and find out. I thought the photo of the beetle was an alligator! I gave up on the last one. I would imagine this takes a lot of time to do, but well worth learning!

Thanks for the info. I have bookmarked this so I can go back and reread.

I voted this Hub UP, etc. and will share, too. Mary

Peggy Woods (author) from Houston, Texas on June 27, 2011:

Hi Billy,

I was just taking some photos that I had taken in our garden and started playing with the various photo manipulation effects. Glad that you liked this. :))

billyaustindillon on June 27, 2011:

Peggy these pictures add in further wondrous colors and design to your garden - great hub and a great source of art education for art lovers, children and artists alike.

Peggy Woods (author) from Houston, Texas on October 22, 2010:

Hello louisxfourie,

Since I just visited your hub about photography, if you have a photo editing program, you also could play around with the color saturation, etc. to create your own "art" from nature pictures. It is fun!

Louis Fourie from Johannesburg, South Africa on October 22, 2010:

Interesting, Very smart God bless.

Peggy Woods (author) from Houston, Texas on October 08, 2010:

Hi ParadiseForever,

Glad to hear that you enjoyed these nature photos from our backyard turned into a sort of "art." Will certainly head on over to your watercolor nature hub. Thanks!

ParadiseForever from Chennai, India. on October 08, 2010:

Very smart! Not only the article; comments above are also very smart! I really had a fun time(with art effect)here. Thank you so much for providing that pleasure!

I would suggest you to visit my blog on water color paintings: https://hubpages.com/art/NATURE-by-watercolours-pa...

Peggy Woods (author) from Houston, Texas on September 27, 2010:

Hello talitz2550,

This is the first time that I have really altered photos in this type of way and it was really fun seeing what effects could be gotten by doing so with my nature photos taken from our very own backyard. Will certainly take a look at what you do. Thanks!

talitz2550 from Thailand on September 27, 2010:

Hello Peggy, this is really an awesome Hub. Now I am happy to know that I'm not the only one who loves to tamper with my images. You're a very creative person. Drop by at my similar Hub too... https://hubpages.com/art/How-to-Paint-in-Minutes More powers. :)

Peggy Woods (author) from Houston, Texas on September 20, 2010:

Greetings erthfrend,

We are kindred spirits in loving nature. Glad you liked the end results of these photos and thanks for the comment.

erthfrend from Florida on September 20, 2010:

I love all of nature's beauties..they are endless! I love to connect with people that appreciate it as much as I do! I really enjoyed your creativity with these photos!

Peggy Woods (author) from Houston, Texas on September 18, 2010:

Hello Om Paramapoonya,

It was fun playing with these nature photos and seeing what eventually evolved. Glad that you liked this so much and thanks for the comment and rating. :-)

Om Paramapoonya on September 18, 2010:

Oh, I LOVE these, especially the dianthus flower or "umbrella repelling rain drops!" Thumbs up, Peggy. Rating this AWESOME. :)

Peggy Woods (author) from Houston, Texas on September 17, 2010:

Hi Tracy711,

So happy that these manipulated nature photos turned into art might have inspired you to try your hand at it. Wishing you as much fun as I had when creating these!

Tracy711 on September 17, 2010:

Hi Peggy, I loved this hub it was very interesting and it made me very curious and excited about trying it myself..LOL..but I truly love all the beautiful bright colors and even though I know the butterfly is a butterfly I can see lots of other things in that pic..keep up the great work and truly enjoyed your lovely art. God bless :o)

Peggy Woods (author) from Houston, Texas on September 11, 2010:

Hello Mr. Jack,

Glad you liked the first 2 nature photos that were tweaked to achieve this art effect. Thanks for the comment.

Mr. Jack on September 11, 2010:

The first and the second photo are very amazing. Nice work.

Peggy Woods (author) from Houston, Texas on September 10, 2010:

Hi tracykarl99,

I appreciate the compliment on the nature photos. The lizard is my particular favorite also. Thanks!

Tracy from San Francisco on September 10, 2010:

Peggy, I will have to look into Windows Photo Art Gallery! I think that much of the beauty of these is in the photographer, though ~ you have a tremendously artistic eye! I like the lizard:)

Peggy Woods (author) from Houston, Texas on September 10, 2010:

Hi Shirley Pisa,

I took the photos of things in our backyard and then played around with the photo editing on our computer to get these "nature photos." Hope that answers your question. Thanks for stopping by and taking a look.

Shirley Pisa on September 10, 2010:

Wow! Love these pictures. Where did you get this? Nice indeed.

Peggy Woods (author) from Houston, Texas on September 09, 2010:

Hello crow nest,

Thanks for the suggestion! Glad you liked these altered nature photos.

crow nest on September 09, 2010:

this is absolutely amazing ,you should make hand made cards with your pics ....keep up the good work

Peggy Woods (author) from Houston, Texas on September 09, 2010:

Hello frogyfish,

Oh yes! It was a lot of fun working on these nature photos and turning them into the "modern art" that you see here. I'd love to play around all day doing similar things but people would probably lost interest...so moving on to other subjects. Thanks for looking and commenting. Hope you are having an equally good time!

frogyfish from Central United States of America on September 08, 2010:

I've just been working on Photo Gallery and 'changing' some pictures like this, but yours are absolutely 'modern art'! You did a lot of work, and it must have been exciting fun! Great photos and explanations.

Peggy Woods (author) from Houston, Texas on September 07, 2010:

Hello Tim Tom,

Glad to hear that you liked these nature photos turned into a form of art. Thanks for the comment.

Tim Tom on September 07, 2010:

hey, great pics!!! Thank you for sharing!!!

Peggy Woods (author) from Houston, Texas on September 06, 2010:

Hello korayd,

Happy to hear that you enjoyed these nature photos from our backyard...slightly manipulated, of course. :-)

korayd from Edmonton on September 06, 2010:

this is really cool stuff

Peggy Woods (author) from Houston, Texas on September 06, 2010:

Hello SELL MY ART,

You are welcome. Thanks for leaving a comment on this nature photos hub.

SELL MY ART from Ireland on September 06, 2010:

Love this hub ; thanks for sharing.

Peggy Woods (author) from Houston, Texas on September 03, 2010:

Hello Healing Touch,

Thanks for commenting on this nature photos hub and happy to hear that you appreciated it.

Laura Arne from Minnetonka, MN on September 03, 2010:

This was really neat. Thanks for the photos, how creative.

Healing touch

Peggy Woods (author) from Houston, Texas on September 03, 2010:

Hello mezrg,

Glad you liked these altered nature photos. Will take a look at yours. Thanks!

mezrg on September 02, 2010:

Cool - very nice - Please see my collection too https://hubpages.com/art/A-Private-Collection

Thanks

Peggy Woods (author) from Houston, Texas on September 02, 2010:

Hi jill of alltrades,

So happy that you enjoyed these nature photos taken from our backyard and manipulated into an art form. You are an expert at doing things like this! Yes...that last photo is that same dead beetle that was certainly put to good use for this project. This is his memorial. :-)

jill of alltrades from Philippines on September 02, 2010:

Hi Peggy,

You have made some fantastic art works here! I love them!

It's really fun to play around and create your own digital art.

The last photo is that of a bug, right?

Thanks very much for sharing with us your art!

Peggy Woods (author) from Houston, Texas on August 29, 2010:

Hello Nando's,

I would agree with you wholeheartedly. Art is definitely "in the eye of the beholder" as the old saying goes. It was fun taking these photos from our backyard and doing a little something different with them. Thanks for stopping by and leaving your comment.

Nando's from Pretoria, South Africa on August 29, 2010:

Wow these photo's came out beautiful, art is all around us it just depends how we see it!

Thank you for sharing.

Peggy Woods (author) from Houston, Texas on August 28, 2010:

Hello prasetio,

So glad you liked these altered nature photos from our backyard. Thanks for the compliments!

prasetio30 from malang-indonesia on August 28, 2010:

Beautiful, Peggy. I really enjoy reading this hub and all the pictures are amazing. Good work, my friend. Vote this Up.

Peggy Woods (author) from Houston, Texas on August 26, 2010:

Hello yenajeon,

Thanks for your comment on these nature photos manipulated into an art form. With the digital cameras and photo programs in computers...it is easy to play around with any kind of photo and create different effects. Try it and have fun! :-)

Yena Williams from California on August 26, 2010:

These are SO cool! They don't even look like nature the colors are so intense. I wish I knew more about photography!

Peggy Woods (author) from Houston, Texas on August 25, 2010:

Hello rex wazza,

Do you mean that you are here in Houston appreciating your own similar nature photos or images? Whatever you meant, thanks for the comment.

rex wazza on August 25, 2010:

here

Peggy Woods (author) from Houston, Texas on August 25, 2010:

Greetings oldbooklover,

These were not macro shots. The nature photos were taken with a simple Panasonic DMC-FS15 digital camera. So you were correct in that the cropping tool was put to good use. I have numerous photos also...not just the backyard ones, but thought that I would use some of those for this experiment with playing around with the images and manipulating the colors, exposures and so forth. Have fun with creating your birthday cards and make those colors sizzle!!! Thanks for the comment.

Peggy Woods (author) from Houston, Texas on August 25, 2010:

Hi James,

Yes, it was a bug...a highly colorful and very dead beetle. I'm not good around live insects! Ha! Glad you liked these nature photos turned into art. Thanks for the comment.

oldbooklover on August 25, 2010:

Thanks Peggy W. Your experiments with highly saturated colors have inspired me to tweak some of my favorite photos.

Most of yours seem to be macro shots. But I suppose regular lens shots can also work, if you are creative with cropping.

I am not limited to my backyard, I often take photos at the sidewalk edge of other people's gardens when I go for a walk. I use the prints to make birthday cards.

James A Watkins from Chicago on August 24, 2010:

Fascinating! It is a bug, right? You are an outstanding artiste, me lady. Thank you for this intersting journey.

Peggy Woods (author) from Houston, Texas on August 24, 2010:

Hello Busy Bee 23,

Thanks for the compliment. Playing with these nature photos was simply fun on my part.

Peggy Woods (author) from Houston, Texas on August 24, 2010:

Hello agusfanani,

Thanks for calling my efforts at manipulating these nature shots "artistic." It was a fun exercise. :-)

Busy Bee 23 on August 24, 2010:

Love how you made simple daily seen items pop and and added brightness-

you really have a talent:)

agusfanani from Indonesia on August 23, 2010:

Cool, you've made artistic shots just from nearby environments !.

Peggy Woods (author) from Houston, Texas on August 23, 2010:

Hello GodsAngel1,

Have fun making your own nature prints or any kind of art prints for that matter using this program on our computers. Am sure you will have as much fun as I did in altering the photos. Enjoy! Thanks for the comment.

GodsAngel1 on August 23, 2010:

This Hub was totally cool. And you did all of this with Windows Live Photo Gallery, which I have on my computer! I can't wait to experiment. Thanks for the great ideas. I've never taken the time to see what could be done with it.

Peggy Woods (author) from Houston, Texas on August 23, 2010:

Hi Joni Douglas,

You are correct. I had a lot of fun creating these art images from the photos I had taken in our backyard. Have fun when you try it. One could easily get hooked! Ha! Thanks for the comment.

Peggy Woods (author) from Houston, Texas on August 23, 2010:

Hi sarovai,

Glad you appreciated the art created from photos taken of natural things found in our backyard. In some cases the original pictures bear only slight resemblance to the end photo. I thought of putting some of the original snapshots in at the end for comparison purposes. What do you think?

Joni Douglas on August 23, 2010:

These are terrific! I bet you had a lot of fun with this. I can't wait to try some myself. Thanks.

Joni Douglas on August 23, 2010:

These are terrific! I bet you had a lot of fun with this. I can't wait to try some myself. Thanks.

sarovai on August 22, 2010:

Looking differently by reminding values. Fine art is really good. Thank u for sharing.

Peggy Woods (author) from Houston, Texas on August 22, 2010:

Hello Ellimac Ymac,

Yes...it truly is! Taking nature photos and manipulating them into art forms is fun. Have you tried doing it? Thanks for your interest and comment.

Peggy Woods (author) from Houston, Texas on August 22, 2010:

Hi nifty@50,

Haha! So you thought you were in another place and time looking at my nature photos or art from our very own backyard. Some people might look at it as art and others just some crazy colors and images. No matter...I had some fun creating these images. :-)

Peggy Woods (author) from Houston, Texas on August 22, 2010:

Hi Micky Dee,

So you also have fun playing with photos and creating art of sorts. Glad you enyoyed these nature photos from our backyard...and thanks for the comment! I'm always in for a treat to see where you are biking or what you are thinking about in your hubs.

Ellimac Ymac on August 22, 2010:

Neat pictures. Amazing what you can create from your backyard!

nifty@50 on August 22, 2010:

Interesting effects Peggy! At first I thought I was "Tripping"! LOL! Great hub!

Micky Dee on August 22, 2010:

Very pretty pictures. I play with some too. I like the fun you had with yours! Thank you Ma'am!

Peggy Woods (author) from Houston, Texas on August 22, 2010:

Hi Hello, hello,

See what some idle time allows? Hahaha! I actually had it in mind to see what could be done with these photos of nature...flowers, butterfly, mushroom amidst rocks, lizard and beetle found and photographed in our backyard and it was fun trying to make them into something approaching art. My favorite is the lizard at the top of this hub. Thanks for such a positive comment! :-)

Hello, hello, from London, UK on August 22, 2010:

Peggy, you are wonderful. I never experienced anything like that. You are super. Thank you for the joy of seeing them.

Peggy Woods (author) from Houston, Texas on August 22, 2010:

Hello eovery,

Thanks for taking the time to leave a comment on this nature photos hub.

Peggy Woods (author) from Houston, Texas on August 22, 2010:

Hi Mike,

I actually thought about putting the actual photos with the manipulated ones next to one another or further down in the hub. That dead beetle was used in various poses as you and Austinstar now know...and anyone else following these comments.

Your idea of taking one photo and manipulating it in several different ways is an interesting one. I actually did this and then chose from the ones created to insert just one of each example in this hub.

Thanks for taking a look at nature photos and art from our backyard. Hope your Sunday is also a good one!

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