Tuesday, April 14, 2015

One Thing

The prompt for both Be Still 52 Week 44 and The Studio Online ( Bonus Prompt )  is "One Thing" .  So I decided to use an ironstone pitcher that is a beautiful shape and one of my favorites.  It has been a lot of fun to use it it different ways, the possibilities are endless........

Part One

For this first image I used a free texture from here :

I used kk_Still for LR5 for this image to give it a vintage look. The bunting is from a swap I did with a lovely friend from the UK.

For this one I used kk_berrily , one of my faves for the softness it gives, plus the texture used in the first photo .


 Part Two

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Part Three

Wisteria grows wild here in North Carolina, so I snipped a few flowers from the roadside and had a wonderful time photographing it.  The scent was heavenly. I used a preset from The Coffeeshop Blog called Pretty in Pink High Contrast on all images.

Sharing over at Texture Tuesday with Kim Klassen

Have a great week !
Caz xo


  1. Wow you were busy! These are all so beautiful - I love the purple collage you created. Happy Spring!

  2. All three ways are gorgeous! It is amazing how one prop can be used to create such different looks,. My favorite is the wisteria in front of the window, I love how the wisteria trails over the pitcher and the processing is soft and dreamy.

  3. Oh,the wisteria shots are my favorite!! I love this little ironstone pitcher. I keep looking for ironstone containers at flea markets. Haven't found one that I really like yet.

  4. Oh, I love how you have three distinct styles, and I adore them all! I especially love those spoons, Caz - and the photos are so crisp with wonderful contrast. And, are you kidding me? Wisteria - I die!! :)

  5. I posted before I was finished ... I love the lightness of the Wisteria and how it drapes down over the pitcher - truly wonderful.

  6. Awesomeness, Caz, wonderful how you have shown the differences. Love that Wisteria.

  7. These are all just beautiful, and isn't the bunting so pretty!! I have more ideas for using mine, and I'm guessing you do too. :-) Your wisteria shots are stunning with the wonderful light and airy mood!!