My entry for this week’s monochrome madness as hosted by Leanne Cole
You can see the entire collection from tomorrow at http://leannecole.com.au/blog
Today i’d like to share a bit more about this image. But not to spoil the fun about the making off, you’ll have to click ‘continue reading’. So perhaps first look for a while and then read on if you’re interested
Had a bit of photoshop fun this afternoon while editing some of the shots i took yesterday of the skyline of my hometown. At first i was trying to make the sky a little less blue but after a while i found myself playing around with the trees and the grass. Used Nik Color Efex Pro to create this. It really is a lovely program and it’s freely available!
Wish you all a lovely weekend
Playing with the red desert sand of Australia, it had a will of its own. Guess it was the gravitation pulling me in during the editing 🙂
I was in the mood today for some editing. This image is totally different from the original. In the front were some trees standing and on the right there was a bit of reflection from the window of the train i was traveling in while making this image. So i played with the image, added blur and changed quite a few settings before i realized the original image was almost gone. Only in the middle there still remains a part of the original image. As the train was moving, the trees began to blur. This was the part which helped me to start this small project. Very abstract and dark, but i think it looks pretty cool 🙂