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Category Archives: photo manipulation
This year’s birthday card for the lovely Tina features the fabulous feline Plywood in a photo collage cobbled together in the astounding Affinity Photo. Happy birthday, Tina!
During a recent visit to Atlantic City, I stepped out upon the balcony of our hotel and was visited by a breathtaking sunset complete with stunning shafts of light piercing the clouds. It begged to be photographed. Sadly I was … Continue reading
My favorite tree on the way to work. The sun was hitting it just right so I pulled out my camera and took some texture shots. A little bit of this and that in a photo editor and there you … Continue reading
Playing with a family snapshot with Photoshop killer Affinity Photo.
Ninety-eighth in a series creating a collage using five elements.
I had a bit of Photoshop fun with a lackluster photograph of a spectacular structure in South Philadelphia.
I have a number of less than great photos shot with point-and-shoot cameras, and I decided to have a little fun exploring the possibilities of image editors other than Adobe’s Photoshop. Above is a daytime shot of the Drake in … Continue reading
I know that we’re basking in the dog days of summer, but Halloween is just around the corner! With October 31st in mind, I decided to take a spooky shot and see what I could do to push it a … Continue reading
10th and Market Streets in Philadelphia, PA. One of my From the Hip shots with a point-and-shoot camera with about five minutes of post-processing playing around in Affinity Photo.
Another of my from the hip shots.
Another experiment with KOLA filters.
As I explained in a previous post, KOLA is a set of eight color filters that you hold in your hand and place over the lens or the flash of your camera to color your photos. I’ve been experimenting this week with doubling … Continue reading
Playing around with Photoshop alternative Acorn on my Hackintosh.