Photo of a photo – and she’s more beautiful today than she was precious so long ago.
Granite monument to Harriet Tubman
An odd looking statue at Northeastern University near West Village – it has to do with the language school. Native iPhone 4S camera, processed with Snapseed, then with Instaframe/emboss, uploaded with Snapbucket.
Sometimes the store is a great place for photos…
I’ve been trying to figure out how the dickens to effectively use a product called Filter Mania 2. I’m about ready to toss it on the app trash heap. While it has great effects, it doesn’t allow you to import photos from, say, Snapseed or my iPhone and it regularly loses it’s mind and crashes. Maybe someday they’ll fix it. Or not. It’s free, so what can I expect.
That being said, it is now possible to create pictures from taking a shot of a blank wall and adding graphical effects, or something like the one below. This is a photo of me – with no particular effort or art to it. In fact, it’s a lousy photo. But, after adding all sorts of layers of special effects it looks as if I’m either a Goddess looking on my aqua creation or looking into a fish tank or maybe I’m just drowning.
I’m not sure I’m into graphic arts as photo, but I am interested in what can be done with some of the filter apps available. So whadya think?
Storm clouds over the Rockingham Mall, Salem NH. Looking North (I think)
Storm clouds over the Rockingham Mall, Salem NH. Looking South (I think)
Red rose with raindrops, right next to the house, taking photos as fast as I could before I got soaked.
Same red rose as above, using a new filter I’m trying out.
White and pink rose on bush across the street. Snapping away at the start of the storm.
Amazing watching the raindrops fall on the 4S and the flowers and trying to figure out which raindrop is where.