I’ve been pulling the images off my Nikon Camera and shoving them through the various programs on my laptop
Took this pic of the local tram and put it through Painnt’s randomizer. Like the ripple effect running through it.
“Drawing” – Roses in a winebottle
Pencil drawing from original photo : Roses
Cove : Drawing of a cove in Kos, Greece
Salford 4th June 2018
Another photography post, and yes, the image of the local park.
I posted it because after my journey into foreign lands, i’m now thinking upon my next photographic project.
which turn i’ll take – is anybody’s guess. however there’s plenty of scope for me to take a look at. Could be the Birds, Could be landmarks or i could tie up some of the poetry pieces with the photographic stuff.
Salford 6th February 2018
This is a photography post with a bit of a difference.
I mean – what do i do with a pic after i’ve taken it ?
With my new Nikon Camera (i use that term very loosely) I can already adapt a photograph thanks to the imaging tools on the camera
OK if i just want to switch the image from Colour to Black and White, and add a bit of Sepia, but what about an artistic angle ?
Here’s an original photo of the Fort at Albufeira in the Algarve, taken with my Sony DSC H-300 Bridge Camera
It looks good enough – i particularly like the anchor 🙂 but with a few tweeks using my Art Programs i get some lovely effects. This photo was edited with the latest edition of Corel painter essentials, but I also have a copy of adobes photoshop essentials to hand, should I want to create any layered effects.
Here’s the same photograph using an oil effect – very impressionist……
Here’s the photo using what Corel call a “Coloured Pencil” Effect
and here’s one using a “Modern” paint effect
They’re all a bit abstract in their way but they produced some great artwork!
The colour seeped out of the image
as the dial on the camera was turned
in seconds, pastel colours turned into shades of grey
as the metallic silver objects shined
Salford, 23rd November 2017
Gremlin n. a cause of unexplained malfunction
ever get one of those days when nothing goes right ?
Thursday evening – and i’m going through the snaps i took with the D3100 the other day.
Now take a look, this is how my dear computer judges what my camera thinks my outside lawn looks like. It could be it was fooled by the Manchester weather, and in its defence it was throwing down stairrods when i took the pic. But then again, i have been confined to the house the last few days – thanks to a bug i picked up (don’t worry – the cold remedy has worked)
Now before it throws another strop – here’s evidence for the prosecution – it worked perfectly well when i was doing my black and white shots in the kitchen.
and it liked the pics of the spoons
It even liked the black and white shot i took of the Coffee, Sugar and Tea Jugs
So i’m starting to think – my poor old camera has caught a cold (sic)
Or that the gremlin that lives on my computer (hereby known as the update wizard) has attacked my computers ability to work out colour!
It’s quite amazing the effects you get when you concentrate on something
Turn on a humble lightbulb and point your camera at it
Reminding yourself (of course) to knock the flash off
If the camera has a mind – it was certainly concentrated on this as i moved about the bulb
Capturing the light – like a genie in the bottle
Brain and Spinal Injury Centre, Salford
20th October 2017
Returned to the home of BASIC Clicks to create some lit up photography
here’s my favourite shots
The portacabin was dark during the creation of these shots
Cameras – Sony DSC – H300, Nikon D3100
Equipment – Backcloths (Dark), Tripods, Seashells, Glass Ball, Fairy lights
This week, the challenge was to find pictures with words with two Es in them. So, to start off – here’s an artwork, created by me from a stock photo from google. It’s an African Elephant – and its recognisable by its two big ears! I chose this to begin as they reminded me of my first visit to Chester zoo…i still have the mug!
Living in Salford, meant my first trip to the Zoo to see the Elephants was by coach down the A roads and motorways to get there. Later on, i travelled by car with mum , dad and my little sister, it was an FSO – built like a Jeep , so this model is perfect as a replica!
I enjoyed walking around the enclosures , and seeing the big cats and the chimpanzees
And here’s one of some Cheetahs , some of the big cats at Chester Zoo, alongside the Lions and Tigers and Leopards, (there was even a panther there!)
In response to https://ceenphotography.com/cees-challenges/fun-foto-challenge/
Starting off with a Colourful one, taken at a session of the photography group Basic Clicks – Six Colourful Carrots on Blue Canvas!
here’s a couple of interesting Cutlery pieces – the first is of four forks against a wall, – i liked the shadows created in this pic.
Combination of ideas here, with a twist – Spirals of Cutlery , set on canvas.
Still life shot of various vegetables set out on a slate Cheeseboard, some onions (white and red), a tomato, a cut Cabbage and the return of one of those Carrots we saw earlier
Now fellow wordpressors might have seen this one before, but as its cees photochallenge, i thought i’d put it on here – not for the wonderful bridge (that’s the wrong letter folks!!!) but for those fluffy white marshmallow clouds , over looking the quayside at Salford, attached to the Manchester ship Canal.
Last but not least, here’s a close up of a cornflower – i like this one because of the colour!
Brain and Spinal Injury Centre, Salford
28th July 2017
Today at basic we’ve been carrying on creating action shots from scenes from magazines and books, using props such as toy figures and cars.
The resulting shots taken produced some rather abstract results,
“The Wave” was created from the picture of a horse – i like it as it reminds me of the sea coming in.