Sonel’s Corner Photo Editing Challenge: Unusual Angles.

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Good evening from a windy Hastings.  We have got over the excitement of the earthquake yesterday here, but my heart goes out to those who suffered quite significant damage to their homes with smashed TVs, china and even houses.  It was also hard to watch my old hometown been hammered by that Tropical Cyclone June in Auckland.  The rain stopped here at lunch time but the wind has now picked up in the past couple of hours.  I have nothing to complain about compared to others.  So take care everyone.

This is my entry for Sonel’s Corner‘s photo editing challenge. This week it is unusual angles.  Once the rain had stopped today I rushed out to take some photos of all the drops of rain.  It must have looked funny to see me down on the wet ground looking up or right over top of the bee looking down.  It was so wet it couldn’t move at all.

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Poor thing.

Here are some others I have edited with FX Photostudio Pro.  Mostly I used a vignette and then just played around with the different filters until I found something I liked and appealed to me.

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I still haven’t really mastered the art of the droplets but with practice will get there.  I think that the sun needs to be shining to really make it pop.  It was still cloudy and overcast for these ones.

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I was looking up at these grapes.

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Here are some other great blogs to check out.  There are some really awesome photographers out there.

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Thanks for visiting.


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12 thoughts on “Sonel’s Corner Photo Editing Challenge: Unusual Angles.”

  1. I am so glad to hear you are all fine there Raewyn. It must be terrible to go through something like that.
    Stunning shots and I so love the waterdrops and that bee is so beautiful! As usual your edits are amazing and great angles as well hon. Thanks for taking part and for sharing. 😀 *hugs*


  2. Glad you are safe from the earthquake. Nature seems to want to pick on you all. 😦
    I like when you say……”played around with the different filters until I found something I liked and appealed to me.” I like to please myself too and hope it appeals to others too. Your shots are very nice.

    I haven’t found anything or gotten an idea for an unusual angle yet. I hate to pass up a challenge.


      1. I am working on it now. I will be going to bed with a heating pad on my back as a result of this project. lol
        I hope I can get up tomorrow morning and post it. 😦


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