Yesterday I was watching a YouTube video of June and she was making her sourdough bread so I thought trying what she did could be good.
So exactly, do you want some more information about macro photography? I have found a video that will help explain how extension tubes work.
So this morning I got up early and headed out to Princes Pier again and thought one of the photos from it would be good for Monochrome Wednesday. Okay, maybe I was hoping one of them would be good.
Last week I promised you a tutorial on how sending trees skyward, and I am keeping that promise. I have prepared this for you to do it yourself.
For the Influencing Me post today I thought I would do a repost of one that I did on Erik Johansson. I have a video for you to watch today that I hope you will enjoy. It is Erik Johansson talking about this work.
Yes, I know my post for Artists that I admire was meant to be posted yesterday, but time got away from me. I have a video for you to watch today that I hope you will enjoy. It is Erik Johansson talking about this work.
Part of working on this blog is to share information. Here is some software that I suspect many of you would find really good. I started processing photos with Photo Studio Ultimate 2018 by ACD See last year. I was testing it out as a possible alternative to the Adobe programs, and their subscriptions.
Not a lot has been happening, not really. I’m still spending a lot of time trying to get the Facebook page going, which I am really enjoying. It seems to be paying off in other ways as well, with people engaging with the page and spending time on it. So many comments, it is incredible.
A few years ago I played around with some time-lapse. Mainly small things like the clouds moving the sky and really only did one scene, or one place.
Here is one of the long exposures I took of a pier that was across the road from where we were staying in Port Arthur.