Today’s experiment is lightpainting. This image was shot in a dark room, using a flashlight that had multicolor light. For a few seconds, the scene was lit by the blue light from the flashlight, then with a quick burst of white light directed toward the middle of the scene. I held the flashlight in one … Continue reading Photo experiment – day 6 of 31
Today I created a photo montage. Now that I am taking a lot of Iphone photos in square formats, I’m beginning to have some photos that can be combined effectively, like this set in blue. I hope to someday have lots of potential combinations out of the photos I have taken.
Today I created a waterdroplet effect, using the Iphone app Marblecam. This app is really easy to use, but it took me a lot of trial and error to get a decent image. You can control the size of the droplet, and the placement on the page, but not what it reflects and what … Continue reading Photo experiment – day 4 of 31
Today’s experiment was to take an ordinary daytime photo and turn it into nighttime. The result: And here is the image I started with: First, I used the Midnight filter in Color Efex Pro to turn it into a dark scene. This filter not only darkens the photo, but can add a bit of … Continue reading Photo experiment – day 3 of 31
For today’s experiment, I decided to create an extreme high-key photo, starting with a normally-exposed photo, and using Photoshop and Color Efex Pro. It didn’t take long to figure out the sort of photos that look good in high key (or, especially, the ones that look bad – there were some I tried that … Continue reading Photo experiment – day 2 of 31
Given that it is the doldrums of August, I thought I’d try a new photo experiment each day of the month – trying a new technique, plugin, subject, app, or something else I haven’t tried before. Today’s experiment is the Flood plugin. The Flood plugin is from Flaming Pear, with a free trial version. It’s … Continue reading Photo experiment – day 1/31