It really is feeling that way right now. We are, once again, in lockdown. No surprise really and I think I’m feeling a lot better about it than I did the last one. Mainly, I suspect because we have all been waiting for it.
It kinda feels like that. I’ve been going out and taking photos, well I was before this short lockdown. I’m sure once it’s over I will be again as well. However, I am also trying to get back into processing my photos again.
For Silent Sunday today, I thought we might do something that I used to do a lot, show an image that was monochrome and is now colour.
Monochrome Wednesday and this week I thought we could have a look at a shed that I photographed at Hastings last year. It seemed like a good idea to get back to my Australian images.
Akaroa was on the list today for Day 15 of our New Zealand Wanderings. It is our second last day here and the weather was great for the trip. I also wanted to share some more information about our stay in Moeraki and a photo from there.
ON1 are always trying to find ways to help people learn and they have now introduced a new video library for their users.
This weeks photo for Monochrome Wednesday is a little different to what I normally show. While it is a tree in water, it has been processed in a way which is not what I normally do.
Macro photography is something I’ve always enjoyed doing. However, processing it has been something that took me some time to work out. When I first discovered Influencing Me – Paul Barson‘s work, I would be lying if I didn’t say his work was very influencing to me.
Sharing photos with the world, or your social media following can be quite scary. The question becomes to share or not to share? It is a big decision. What can you get out of it when you do it? There are a few things to consider.
Today I thought it might be interesting to look at some images. It is something I have missed doing. I hope you have missed them as well. Today we are going to look at two new images. I’ve been exploring some of my Melbourne images and seeing what experiments I can do with them.