24 Wonderfully Textured Pictures

There is no doubt in my mind that photography is an art. Now how much post processing a photographer decides to do (if any) to their photos is really up to them. Personally I find all types of processed and unprocessed pictures unique in their own way. ‘Photoshopped’ or not, a photograph is still reliant upon the eye behind the camera and the skill of the creative mind. What may be amazing to one viewer may be considered terrible to another. That’s art. That’s photography.

Textures are a great tool for photographers to add a desired effect to their work. Here are 24 wonderfully textured pictures.

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If I stay in one place I lose my mind. by Marina Montoya

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Unresolved by Janine

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Hush, Don't Tell The Nuns by Helga Weber

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The Moment by Sean McGrath

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* Waiting For The Storm * by Parée

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* My Secret Place * by Parée

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Come sit beside me by SpaceShoe

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El sitio de mi recreo by Zyllan

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Lighthouse by K.Hurley

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Bathurst Street by Joel Bedford

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Chain Bridge by Jiří Děcký

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ladder by Robb North

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impression by Robb North

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Light breaks over her by Robb North

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uphill by Robb North

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No getting away by Robb North

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the House on the Hill by Robb North

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overcome by Robb North

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3 Gates by Robb North

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time by Robb North

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swings Empty by Robb North

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stripped by Robb North

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gentle... by Robb North

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toil by Robb North

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  1. Mirjam

    Inspirational collection and post!
    Have a look at my ‘Indian Boy’: http://www.fotoblur.com/images/90045

  2. Anna Patrick

    These photo atmosphere make you dream!

  3. inge

    Mooi hoor!! groetjes inge

  4. Katie Gill

    I love the use of destruction to create emotion. Really inspired me for one of my film photo projects!

  5. Robb North

    Thanks for the inclusion…I appreciate it!!

  6. Nancy Webster

    I found these photos to be amazing, technically. Hover, they were extremely depressing, and I couldn’t wait to get outta there!

  7. Natalia

    wow i was looking for a photography blog and i found this, its pretty good i love the textured picture, im going to try this techinique. one question- do you scan the photos or retake them after you edit/texturize them?

    please also check out my new photography blog that i just started ~ thank you

    thephotographyblogger.blogspot.com

  8. dan

    I agree completely. A lot of my work is post produced quite heavily. A lot of people say its not real photography, but I disagree with that. The photograph has to be right in camera in the first place! I like your work :)

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