Good morning from a cool and cloudy spring day here in Hastings.
This morning when I checked my emails I noticed that I had just got another 10 followers on Viewbug. I went back over my first photos that I had uploaded and it was interesting seeing just how much my photography had changed. I have kept the essence but am now more adventurous. But also new software is readily available to challenge us to do more with our photos.
At the moment my go to app for my iPhone is Pixlr. There is so much to it and I find that I know where I want to go with the images. They may not be the best quality but I use that to my advantage. At least I hope so.
So first up is this shot of the large moon that I saw going down to Otane last Sunday. I had left my Nikon at home, and so it was out with my iPhone 6S. I edited that image as a charcoal/pencil image. Then I framed it but wanted to show that vintage look, as if the pencil drawing had really seen some bad times.
Whereas with this image I just wanted the lines to be the focal point.
And finally this was just a basic conversion to monochrome. I like the way the cows contrast against the sky and grass.
Thanks for visiting.