Posted as part of #throwbackthursday Wanna Join In On this Thursday Challenge… It’s simple, create a post using Throwback Thursday and use the TBT and Throwback Thursday tags. Pingbacks are enabled, however, if you have trouble creating a pingback simply paste the link to your post in the comments section below. Happy Throwback Thursday … Continue reading Throwback Thursday – Llandudno Pier
When I want an image to have a distinct paint-effect with brush strokes, my first point of call is Topaz Studio 2 or the Impression Plug-in from Topaz that I purchased a couple of years back. But if I want to create a sort of painterly effect I use Lightroom. One of the videos … Continue reading Betws-y-Coed
Whilst holidaying in Wales last year, the rain clouds hovered above us as we strolled down to Llandudno pier. I thought it would be an ideal image for monochrome.
Happy New Year Everyone xx We hope you had a great Xmas and we wish you a happy and prosperous New Year. This month's Before and After photo challenge is a photograph of Llandudno photographed from the pier. DOWNLOAD FOR THIS MONTH'S PHOTO To use the image, which is in raw and jpeg, download … Continue reading Before and After Challenge – 1st January 2020
A photograph of the sea photographed from Llandudno Pier, in Wales. Posted as Part of Jez Braithwaite's Water Water Everywhere Photography Challenge.
Posted at Part of Wordless Wednesday.
Posted as part of Jez's Water Water Everywhere Photography Challenge.
A photograph of Holyhead in Wales processed in the new Luminar 4. To download your free trial click here.
During our annual holiday to Wales, we went to a beach called Colwyn Bay not far from where we were staying at Bodelwyddan Castle. There was not a soul on the beach that day. I just loved how the sun was breaking through the clouds and glistening on the water.
This week's topic set by Nancy on her Photo a Week Challenge is called something new. 'Something new' has many connotations. It could mean a photograph of something you've just purchased, a photograph of a new baby or doing something for the first time. Like in my photo above. Recently I have been admiring black … Continue reading A Photo a Week Challenge: Something new
Let me start by saying that is one panel I never play with. Well, that was until today. Today I read an article on Photo Focus written by Serge Ramelli about things he wished he knew when he started to processing Landscape photos in Lightroom. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZUhZ_pZci6c In the video at 5.34, he started to talk … Continue reading The Calibration Panel in Lightroom Develop module
The challenge this week set by Nancy Merrill is called Texture. And for my image into her challenge, I have selected a photograph taken from the pier at Llandudno in Wales. There is texture, in the clouds, the mountains, trees and even the sea ripples have a texture to them. I wanted to take this … Continue reading A Photo a Week Challenge: Texture
Thank you, Tina, for this Lens-Artists challenge called Taking a Break. This challenge couldn't have been apt as we were starting our holiday. You see, as Tina set this challenge we were heading via, Staffordshire for a few nights with family, to Wales. And on our break, we visited Llandudno. Believe it or not, this … Continue reading Lens-Artists Challenge #57 – Taking A Break
Last week, we spent a few days in North Wales. And boy was the scenery beautiful and breathtaking. in a way it reminded me of the Scottish and Cumbrian landscapes we've visited in the past. My mother-in-law told of us of a little place that is beautiful and called Betws-y-Coed. Naturally, we headed that way. … Continue reading On the Road to Betws-y-Coed