A concept superhero alien lady… Made with a black pointer. Please ignore the eraser debris, I’m lazy like that.
Practicing Photoshop for the practical exam next Thursday.
- Pen Tool
- Quick Selection Tool
- Adjustment Layers
- Blending Options/Layer Effects
Who said learning can’t be fun?
Here is another photo from my portfolio. I wanted to share this not because it’s a very exceptional picture, but because of its resemblance to this very exceptional picture.
Jean-Daniel’s photographs have really captured my interest and his blog is now one of my favorite photo-blogs.
His picture of the same specie of tree is much more striking. Mine is pixelated because of my camera, but it was the similarity of the frame that made me want to share this.
The same type of tree, the almost-same composition of the photograph, from two very different individuals from opposite sides of the world.
Anyone who wants to enjoy exquisite, serene and artful nature photographs must visit his blog right here!
Just sharing a design I made on Photoshop because I think it’s a cool first try. And because it’s a little creepy and very me.
Ducks idly frolicking in the sunlight… Another photo from my portfolio!
The Weekly Photo Challenge (of a few weeks ago) encouraged us to find textures in unlikely places around us. This is the texture of a tree bark in a local park. The photo was taken using the “Macro” mode of my Sony DigiCam.
Weekly Photo Challenge: Texture | In A Snap
textures | the greener bench
Weekly Photo Challenge: Texture | The Ambitious Drifter
Weekly Photo Challenge: Texture | autopict
Weekly Photo Challenge: Texture | Ese’s Vpice
Textures – A WordPress Photo Challenge | Life in the Foothills
A photograph taken by deliberately jumping up and down (at the correct speed and angle) like a lunatic, to give the look of one of Monet’s paintings. Minor digital processing has been done to this version of the photo. Thankfully, no one was around in a public park at 11 am on a cold weekday morning, or I would have been a sure spectacle. What do we not do for the sake of art? No matter how mediocre the result may be…