Last week I photographed a medley of flowers from our garden on the light box, with one result shown in a previous story. The flowers together formed almost a kind of color block print:
Running the block print image through LAB color adjustments, I couldn’t help enjoy the variations, and constructed an eight-panel collage. Each panel represents an LAB channel equalization or inversion, all based on the original flower block. Click here or on the collage to view it larger.
For more on how this collage was made, check out my Creative LAB Color in Photoshop course.