A Day To Drift
Lately it seems like I have been on a somewhat rigid and busy schedule each day of the week. Today was an opportunity to take it easy.
There was time
to spend toying with a couple of pictures that had potential, but
certain elements were problematic and they were preventing the images
from clearly expressing their story. Like the birds at the feeder that
were just black silhouettes until I found a way to draw them out.
When I first got the FX Photo Studio
App, I read the reviews and comments from other people who had
purchased and used the program. One of the reviews mentioned the extra
layers of functionality that could be accessed when experimenting with
combining the masking feature with multiple effects.
that App in concert with some of the other photo editing and effects
apps for a couple of months now, I am beginning to understand what that
reviewer was alluding to. I used some of my time during the day to
become more familiar with these tools, and was pleased with the results.
a series of pictures of this butterfly drinking nectar from the flowers
behind B building. One of them would certainly be just right for the
October calendar, I thought.
I was happy with the creative result, and glad that I had the time to experiment.
The Sterling rose survived another day.
This rose didn’t need extensive processing to make a statement. It is what it is.
And, just for fun, I would like to include a little Gif that I made from a couple of movie frames to show Sandi tirelessly ironing my shirt. Thank you Sandi.
Today’s Effective Video;
berlin hyper-lapse from
b-zOOmi on http://vimeo.com">Vimeo
Amazing And Wonderful