- Edit My Images
Lets hope this year I will get a shot every week and not be playing catch up so much, I have a habit of taking the shots but not having the time to edit them
Thanks Cobra, I appreciate your support.That's a really nice opening post Heather thank you
And of course it applies to you also,
I've been around the block a few times and nothing you say will shock me ...
Anyway, That's a great start Heather nice composite ... or is that really the man himself?
I do hope so
Hi Susie, thanks for commenting, it was a still life set up in my lounge and a bit of playful editing. (i'm a newbie to editing) so having fun and this year definitely trying to think outside the box.I’m another one who is slightly bedazzled by your photo, but it certainly looks impressive, good to see some thinking outside the box
Thanks Susie, thank you for comments.. I wanted to explain the process behind getting that shot, all too often we see photos but don't realise what went into making that shot.Hi Heather ....that was a great explanation of your home made light box ...good old Amazon saves the day another unique addition to your 52’s well done to you, I’m looking forward to more of your home made creations.
Cheers Cobra, your taking me out of my comfort zone and getting me trying new things. If nothing else this predicament has stopped me focusing on my usual outdoor shots and taken me to places I never thought I would go. Sir I take my hat off to you.Nice close up Heather.
It works well
Fills the frame ✓Week 1
Grape FRUIT totally filling the frame (tech)
I always like to get the tech out of the way especially when a subject just seems to beg for it like this grapefruit did, a little past its sell by date to pop in with a Gin it was perfect for this technique.
I have been meaning to use a light box/table for ages to backlight fruit and as I had the time I went for it. Even better was I built it for free, Amazon Box in hand, Stanley Knife in the other.
I grabbed an old photo frame that was waiting to go to the charity shop (when they finally open) this one was a box frame so had 2 pieces of glass.... I removed and cleaned the glass and popped a piece of tracing paper between the glass and re-seated the glass back in the frame. I cut a hole in the amazon box a little bit smaller than my frame and popped the frame on top. I grabbed my led light, I think it would work with any light popped it in the box and bingo, bobs your uncle, fanny is your aunt... 1 light box/table thingy for free..