Posts Tagged ‘editing’

Dappled

Posted: February 14, 2017 in Miscellaneous, Nature
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I’d like to mention the editing for this shot, but as it was done a few months ago on my iPad, I don’t recall.  You’ll just have to enjoy it without further edification.  🙂

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It’s the fifth Monday of the month, so the theme is “Editing.”  Here are some bits of editing fun I had with photos taken on my iPad.  You can see more on Sally’s website if you like or you might join in.

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© janet m. webb 2012

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Not only is today a relatively rare fifth Monday, it’s the once-in-four-years phenomenon of leap year.  And, being the last day of February, it means tomorrow is not only my husband’s birthday, but the first day of the month that I think can justifiably be considered spring.  Hurrah all around!

On a fifth Monday, Sally invited us to play with editing apps, using themes from last week’s Challenger’s Choice.  Whether you file my offerings under “Still Life”, “Abstraction” (at least in a few cases), or “Street Life” (along my favorite sort of “street”), or even that I should be chastised for coloring outside the lines, I had a great time playing with this.  I hope you have as much fun seeing what I finally decided to include. I used Glazed or Distressed FX  this week.

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Fun with flowers

Posted: February 9, 2016 in Miscellaneous, Nature
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Just having some fun playing around with the photo I took in Scottsdale, Arizona.  Feel free to weigh in on which you prefer.

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The original

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© janet m. webb 2016

© janet m. webb 2016

© janet m. webb 2016

© janet m. webb 2016

After a break for travel and fun, Sally’s back with her weekly mobile photo challenge, open to anyone taking shots with non-traditional cameras.  These days, a phone may be the “traditional” camera, but in this case, any device not sold as a camera would qualify.  Sally, I hope you enjoyed your much-deserved break, but I did miss having a set challenge last Monday.  However, I not only survived, but had a wonderful Thanksgiving.  What I really wonder is this?  How can it already by the end of November???  At least now I can officially be excited about getting ready for Christmas.  🙂

On to the editing.  In the pair of photos of the leaf with frost, the first shot is the original and all the editing I’ve done is the frame.  I didn’t even enhance the color, which I would normally have done.  The second is edited with DistressedFX, then framed in Picasa.

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The first of the following set of three is the original and the next two are done in Glaze.  I still find the iPhone too small for me to feel comfortable editing on it, so I do the editing on my iPad, then send the photos to my laptop.  It’s fun to play around with editing, that’s for sure, but there are so many options and combinations that it could occupy me forever.

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I went for just a bit of Impressionism here, but much more out there for the second.

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