Over the past few weeks I have been experimenting with editing my photographs, using a programme called ‘Photoscape’. I am showing the results.
I attended a photographic workshop led by Paul Hill and Maria Falconer.Most interesting and definatly pushed boundaries for me.
Below is the exterior of a disused telephone exchange, built using plastic panels and windows set in metal frames. The frames now have the paint peeling away, the panels have discoloured and in the windows discoloured venetian blinds can be seen.
For this piece of work I have selected certain sections of panels, distressed and changed them using a photo edit programme and then cropped.
Each picture needs to be viewed individually.
I have been experimenting with long exposure.
These images were taken at Abbotsbury Subtropical Gardens and subsequently edited with PhotoScape app
“Christ conquered death bringing new life to all” or “New life dims the Cross”
I have recently joined Bridport Camera club and will be entering my first competition !!!
Sharing my entered photos below- The topic is WATER.
I just Love to walk along the edge of the fleet, these boats just move about as the ebbs and flows. it is so peaceful , the silence broken by a flap of wings of the swans that inhabit the water.
Poppies Seed heads Diminishing Seed heads.
Apples Apples as food Apples decaying
Yesterday the dorset coastline experienced a strange phenomena, Advection fog.Advection fog is formed by the slow passage of relatively warm, moist, stable air over a colder wet surface. It is common at sea whenever cold and warm ocean currents are in close proximity and may affect adjacent coasts.
The photos I took yesterday so above and below the fog. It was hot above and cold below.