This is a question I’ve been asking myself a bit lately, when is enough enough with post processing? How do you know when to stop?
When I was looking for some photos for today’s Monochrome Wednesday I went back to the images of the coastline I took when down at the Great Ocean Road.
Today I have converted a dahlia for Monochrome Wednesday. One thing about these posts is that it is another opportunity to experiment.
For Silent Sunday today I thought I would share a photo of a view of the city. You have seen it before, but perhaps not like this.
It is the day we look at an artist and it seems that Edward Hopper is a good one to do that. I could talk about him a lot, but I thought you might like a video.
My Influencing Me post today is more on macro style photography and I thought we could look at Robert Mapplethorpe’s flowers. He has a different way of photographing them.
Early on Day 14 we went to the Moeraki Boulders and then onto Lake Tekapo during our New Zealand Wanderings. There were quite a few photos of the boulders, but for this post I am going to show you photos from Lake Tekapo.
Today sees us in Invercargill on Day 9 of my New Zealand Wanderings. This is going to be quick and I will explain more soon.
There are going to be a few reposts of images over the coming weeks as I find my feet again. Today I thought we could look at the evolution of an image and one that I titled Going Through.
This is going to look familiar, but this is more a challenge for myself now. I did stop Monochrome Madness a while ago, but it seems it has been missed, so I am back with a different version, Monochrome Wednesday.