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Category Archives: photo manipulation
It’s Tina’s birthday, and I made her another Halloween themed birthday as I have in the past. Happy birthday, Tina!
I came across this famous photographic portrait of Honest Abe and decided to play with Adobe Photoshop’s new Neural Filters. With the touch of a button and maybe a two second delay, black and white photographs are automatically colorized.
A new set of features in the recently updated Photoshop make it unbelievably easy to cheat by making the painstaking process of colorizing photos into a one button process!
Being that Tina’s birthday comes in October, I usually get a jump on Halloween by giving her card the theme of the season. Here is our dear cat Plywood as the undead count from Transylvania.
Rather than bury one another under a mountain of clutter, Tina and I make cards for each other. I think I have run the course of angry or ironic Cupids so I decided to go weird for this Valentine.
I fired up the free, cross-platform, image editing software known as GNU Image Manipulation Program or GIMP and had a bit of fun with this photo I shot of an industrial building at the corner of 12th and Jackson in … Continue reading
My favorite fella turns a year older today! There will be cake and manicotti and dancing girls and a cat who is doing his damnedest to destroy our sofa. Happy birthday Dahlink! SaveSave
Beating up a boring photo with GIMP and Affinity Photo.
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.