Camera: Samsung A51 5gLens: n/aF/Number: f/2ISO: 32 Focal Distance: 4.60mmShutter Speed: 1.700 secSoftware: Adobe Lightroom CC and Photo Editor App. Posted as part of Wordless Wednesday #wordlesswednesday
Back in July 2018, I set myself a challenge, to make a post every day for a year well, that one year turned into two... so in July I decided to take a well-earned break. Blogging got me through the lockdown.. but I found I was spending more hours on a computer than I really … Continue reading Going forward…
It is winter here in the South East of England and with that comes the closure of many gardens and stately homes. So for images it is delving into the archives and places we have visited during the years. Well today I stumbled across this image.. Marle Place in Kent. And this image was taken … Continue reading Playing around – Just for fun
For my birthday one year, we went to Whipsnade zoo and this photograph of a lioness was photographed through a glass window. And I thought it would be an ideal image for Nancy's A Photo A Week Challenge.
Way back in 2012 when we were 6 months into our photographic journey, we went to London and visited Tower Bridge. Whilst processing the image in Lightroom and Photoshop I wanted to take it to another level. So, first of all, I tried the Oil Paint Filter in Photoshop I liked what the oil paint … Continue reading Water Colour of Tower Bridge
For the Weekly Prompts photography challenge called Work of Art, I thought I would use a floral image given a photoshop oil paint effect. Have a good weekend everyone xx
There is nothing more magical to see than a howling wolf under the moonlight.. Lately I have been doing a lot of composite images... and I decided to create two images... from the wolf and moonlight, with various processing techniques. And I thought they would be ideal for this week's WordPress Photo Challenge: Magic. For … Continue reading WPC Magic