Guess How I Get Colorful Fall Leaves In The Winter

January 11th, 2012 by Mike Moats

I decided to take a shot of this colorful fall leaf clutter and use a nice soft feel dreamlike look with Nik Software Color Efex Pro. I started with the “Midnight” filter and then added some “Polaroid Transfer” filter. Then added a Vignette to darken the corners.


Did you think those were really fall leaves?


They are plastic leaves that I pulled off a wreath that I found for 60% at a garden center!


Here is the wreath that I used to pull the leaves off:

Because the leaves had more texture then normal leaves, I give the image that dreamlike look to soften down the textures.


Here’s the set up


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