Food - Purple - In Disguise - Shapes - Photographer's Choice
There is so much to learn with a DSLR and looking at the wonderful and varied photographic blogs the shots on display are awesome and some of the most interesting are those that have been digitally "enhanced". I thought this week I would play around with effects, I hope they are acceptable and that you like them.
These are my contributions:
These were the last of my tomatoes for this year. I showed this on my last post, I make no apologies for including it on Scavenger Hunt Sunday. I softened the shot and added a red muted glow around the edge.
This was causing concern until a work colleague came to work dressed in purple, down to her diamond patterned tights. Having added the purple vignette, the tights look blue, but I can assure you they were purple.
I had to scratch around for this one, and as we are allowed to use one photo from our archives, I chose the one of my grandson, at his recent 5th birthday. He had a fancy dress party, and dressed as a Ninja. In view of the fact that Batman is in the photo, I chose to use a "1960's Polaroid" effect.
This shape is part of a canal lock gate. I liked the different shapes and thought it would be fun to turn it into a black and white photo.
I pondered on this for a long time, and had several to chose from. This is a fabulous red Acer from Nymans Gardens in Sussex that I visited this afternoon. So fresh off the camera and no editing, apart from a little sharpening.
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