You can see the full-size photos in THIS<<link SmugMug Gallery.
And, of course, variations … BUT, in galleries, because it’s quicker and I don’t have to write as much.
You might be tempted to think the last two photos are the same, but I draw your attention to the handles.
The monochrome versions . . .
These photo edits were done using a combination of Lightroom, Luminar AI, Color Efex Pro 4, Silver Efex Pro 3, Topaz Impression, and Topaz Studio 2.
The artistic versions . . .
Last, but not least, the framed multiple stacked effects versions . . .
I’m now certain this series is boring for all but a few people who find the sheer variety of pottery entertaining. But, it’s all part of me keeping in practice with different post-processing tools. And, of course, to find new combinations of effects.
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