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This page is an eclectic selection of  different genres of digitally painted and digitally manipulated photographs
1932 Buick
Thanks to Gary of the DPR web site for allowing me to post the painted version of his photograph of
“Smitty”. This is a smudge painted version of Gary’s original photograph.
I am grateful to Rod Tanner of Houston,Texas for allowing me to digitally paint his beautiful
Isabel Bishop
American artist and printmaker
The original photograph was taken by Peter Juley and son circa 1935, and is now located in
The Smithsonian Institution. I restored,colorized and smudge painted the original photograph
(seen on the left).
Thanks to Burns311 for posting the Carmel Mission image( on the Morgue file site) that inspired this watercolor 
version of his photograph.
Carmel Mission