Monday, March 7, 2016

Four of a Kind: Nightlights

Noticed and captured at Edith's in San Lucas del Cabo



Love this little app called Layout. It allows you to combine multiple photos quite easily. Try it.

Wednesday, March 2, 2016

Addlibs: a photo app

This is an app that takes any photo, either one that you take or one in your library and turns it into a graphic look. The choices are not extensive and are rather random. It gives you the capability of adding specific text and sharing the result through various social media. For a couple of bucks, it's fun. Give it a go.


Saturday, February 27, 2016

Testing the Blogger app

One photo, so many apps!
Yippee!



Monday, February 8, 2016

Sometimes Magic Happens

Begin with an ordinary photo. Clean it up as is necessary. Layer it over a photo of color which is really only an out of focus picture of flower petals but with light in an amazing place. Select the blending mode of your choice to totally change the coloring of the original photo. I personally love this type of magic and never tire of looking at new ways to create beautiful outcomes. Enjoy!


Monday, February 1, 2016

Steller, the app

Steller is a new and delightful storytelling app available for Ipad and Iphone. Did I tell you it's free. It is mostly used for tiny tales. Check out mine and then the site: https://steller.co/

A variety of templates are available. Select the photos that tell your story, write the text and publish it. Easy-peasy!


Thursday, January 14, 2016

Time Lapse Photography by Jesse Attanasio

This landed in my inbox recently and I was awestruck. Some of the photography is close to home. I recognize Joshua tree but have not seen it at sunrise of sunset. Spectacular! Now that my cameras have come home, I must delve into the world of timelapse. Meanwhile, enjoy this work by Jesse Attanasio called Exhale.

 

Friday, June 19, 2015

Finding Blue

Sometimes when I walk, I choose one color to photograph. On this day, it was the color blue. I purposely arranged these berries in my favorite still life way with empty space to the left. It follows the rule of thirds by arranging the subject on one of the thirds lines. I like the bits of bocah in the background.