Posted as part of Wordless Wednesday.
A photograph of one of the waterfalls as you drive into Glencoe Village in Scotland.
Today I have been given the opportunity to try Luminar 4 which will be released in a few days time. Well, all I can say is WOW! The Sky Enhancer, Landscape Enhancer, and AI Structure are great tools. With a revamp of the workflow area, you can easily create stunning images. If you have Lumiar … Continue reading Luminar 4 – Review
The Lens-Artists challenge this week is called Pick a Place hosted by Tina, and like Tina, I have chosen Scotland as one of the places that I could visit day in and day out. The long winding roads, the beauty spots and the mountains captivate me and take my breath away. I could live in … Continue reading Lens-Artists Challenge #65 – Pick a Place
The theme this week set by Weekly Prompts for their Photo Challenge is called Peaceful. For my first image, I am using a photo we took whilst holidaying the beautiful surrounds of Glencoe. I couldn't believe how peaceful it was. Even travelling around the Highlands was beautiful. Yes, we came across other vehicles but not like … Continue reading Weekly Prompts – Photo Challenge Peaceful
Amy who runs a blog called Share and Connect is one of the curators of the Lens-Artists Photo Challenge, and this week her topic is My Travels. Well as my travels are primarily in the United Kingdom, I thought I would share with your some of the beautiful landscapes that the United Kingdom has to … Continue reading Lens Artists Photo Challenge #27: My Travels
First of all, thanks go to everyone who entered last week's challenge. Back in 2016 we took our annual holiday in Glencoe Scotland. The weather wasn't that brilliant but the scenery was spectacular. The photograph above is of the Three Sisters, near Glencoe Village. So for the challenge this week, photos of mountains will be … Continue reading Photo for the Week – 17 – Mountains
One of the new powerful features in Photoshop is the Content-Aware Fill tool. In this video, Julianne Kost explains its concept and what it can do. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OiwqOAPE0kk I wanted to take the content-aware tool a little further. As you can see from the image below, the waterfall is practically dead-centre and I wanted it more … Continue reading Content aware fill
Scotland is renowned for its rain. Especially in the Highlands. On our trip to Scotland back in 2016, we strolled by the River Coe just as the rain was coming in from over the mountains. And I thought this image would be ideal for Your Daily Word Prompt for today.
The above photograph was taken by the River Coe at Glencoe. The sky on that day was bland and grey. So for this image, I added a sky overlay and played around with the blending mode and layer mask, in ON1 Raw 2018.5. Taking the image one stage further, I added, via the layers panel, … Continue reading On the River at Glencoe – Compsite #3
On our holiday in Scotland, we photographed this wonderful landscape of the River Coe as it made its way down the mountains and through the village of Glencoe towards Loch Leven.
Now, this may sound weird but I have a fear of water... but I love to see waterfalls, and rivers cascading over rocks. The above photo was shot from a little bridge that spanned the River Coe near Glencoe Village. Again the bridge acted as a stabiliser for my camera as I didn't have a … Continue reading A Photo a Week Challenge – Water
Whilst looking back over previous photo challenges that WordPress curates and I found one called Path. A path comes in many shapes and forms, like the image above. Which is of a wooden bridge. A path is made by using different materials that enable a person to walk across an area with ease. It could be concrete, decking, timber planks, … Continue reading WPC – Path – Wooden Bridge Over the Coe