I had been toying with the idea of reflections on sunglasses. I wanted to change the reflection on a pair of sunglasses to seem more interesting. Sunday, my neighbor accidently presented me with the perfect photo to manipulate. It was a selfie that she had taken while in her car. It was mostly a very cool selfie but the reflection on her sunglasses gave away the reality of the photo. Car, dashboard, road. Boring. My neighbor loves the beach. So, I made the necessary changes. I'm not 100% with it. But, it's done.
I know that the window sticker really stands out here. But, it was all about creating a black and white photo. No, I didn't shoot it that way. It's a color photo that I turned into a black and white photo.
The sky is a lie. Well, I mean, it is a real photo of a sky, it just wasn't the sky that I had to work with the morning of this shoot.
Phun with Photoshop from Phlearn.
Yes, I know. I'm behind with uploading to this project. I'm not upset about it, though. January 20th kinda hit me like a brick, and, as I said over on the blog, the internet has been kind of ugly since. I frequently don't feel like interneting when I get home from work (where I internet all day). I think I can slog through it now.
I've got another little cunumdrum. Work content. I know I said that it would count but some of it has actually been used by the job. Sharing expirments I did at work seems okay to me, but sharing things that have actually seen the light of day (or the internet) seems a little iffy to me. I'm getting really good at car photos, too. *sigh* Idk. Thoughts?
Okay, back to the task at hand. I'm uploading these but in no particular order. I didn't label them accordingly and I don't care to figure out which order they go in. I'll just upload a few a day until I'm caught up. Today, more tiny planets. Did I say I was done with these? I might have. I like them. This is the same photo. One was done in PS the other in an app. Which do you like better?
Everything goes okay until it doesn't. I know I'm a few days behind which is partly why I decided to let experiments at work count. Experimenting is what this is all about. I had a plan for tonight's image but things went sideways. Twice. Did't know what to do, so I played with my own image. I learned about a couple of new tools this evening and decided to try them with enhancing, or just screwing with, my own image.
I wasn't sure that I was going to count things that I create for work. But I test things ideas at work sometimes and I've decided that it counts. Today, I tested a small time lapse. I'm looking forward to doing longer works for both work and myself.
Admittedly, some of these projects are going to be aimed at banners, logos, or whatever I need for other sites. For example, I need a project image thingy for this project on the website. So, I practiced something I enjoy doing, putting images inside text.