All photos altered with a pencil sketch filter in FotoSketcher.
A Collage of Doilies. What would Grandma think if she saw some of her handiwork hanging on the wall!? Do you have any of your Grandma's or Grandpa's treasures displayed in your house? This week's WordPress.com Photo Challenge is Collage.
'Post processing' or photo editing can not only slightly improve a photo, it can extensively alter it! Here are a few 'before' and 'after' examples I applied to photos of Bridges. Bamberg is an beautiful example of an early medieval town in central Europe. It has a large number of surviving ecclesiastical and secular buildings. … Continue reading Arizona, Washington, and Germany – An Artistic Look at Bridges
A Colored Pencil Filter Fine Wine Filter in Topaz Studio. The original photo is at Whatever Floats Your Boat.
I love big, bold Sunflowers. Here I've asked one of them to Imitate works of Art. "Like when the Orchids in the ditch pretended to be the "Old Masters", my sunflower asked? "Yes", I replied. "Much like The Mona Orchid by Margio da Antelope Street and Someone’s Mother by Margy (a Whistling Bird is nearby). … Continue reading Sunflowers – Life Imitates Art
Thanks go to Mike at Mike Hardisty Photography for the suggestion of a program that quickly and easily applies interesting effects to photographs. The program is called FotoSketcher. I downloaded it, fed it the Hibiscus photo from my previous post (How to Turn a Photo into a Sketch), and let it work some magic. The … Continue reading Hibiscus Flower – Photo Effects