Friday, April 12, 2013

Creative License Friday #6


Hello Again CLF playmates!

I have to say, I am learning much more about editing
through this meme than I would have ever predicted.
I always knew there were endless ways to process and edit images,
but some of the ways that have been presented over the last 5 weeks never even occurred to me.
You guys are amazing!
Have you learned anything new, and if so, what?

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In the spirit of trying to keep things fresh
and, hopefully, avoiding any playmates from becoming bored
I've been tossing some ideas around in my head to mix things up in the coming weeks, 
but I haven't come up with a solid idea.
Any thoughts out there?
If you have any, please leave a comment below or email me.
I always appreciate input!

If you haven't played with us yet,
don't be shy....everyone's welcome.
The more the merrier!
If you aren't quite sure what CLF is all about, just go to the CLF page underneath the header for info.!
 
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This week's image
has been provided by one of our avid playmates.
It's got a good amount of negative space to play with, 
so as a suggestion, 
layering could offer many possibilities! 

Note: Unfortunately, the original is not highly pixelated, so cropping might cause problems, 
but regardless, I'm sure ya'll can work around that and come up with some wonderful edits!


Here are a few insights on SueAnn and her photography:

SueAnn shoots with a Nikon S220 Coolpix Point & Shoot camera.
She also has a Canon Rebel with many lenses, but prefers the ease of the P&S.
In college SueAnn minored in Photography and has been shooting ever since.
Favorite Subjects:  buildings and all types of structures
SueAnn admits to spending 2-3 hours a day taking and editing images!

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Sneek Peek link for next Friday

8 comments:

  1. Yabba Dabba Doo! I love Friday's all because of you Jill! Lots of love - Hope you have a tremendous day!

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  2. I might have to jump into this some day. I love to play with photos to prep them before translating them with fabric and thread... I adore these images! : )

    Great blog!

    Monika Kinner-Whalen
    embroidery artist
    Saskatoon Canada

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  3. no idea what else can be done but I do find people rely a lot on textures. I'm wondering if it would be more of a challenge to edit an image without relying on textures or adding another image. I always like keeping the original photo as much as possible but that's just me. maybe add some a rule once in a while just to make it difficult?

    hope you have a sweet day.

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  4. This one looks like fun! Hope after an exciting day at the lake that I will be able to shake the blahs. Thank you for doing this, Jill, and I'm sorry I haven't been able to participate lately. Hope you have a great weekend!

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  5. Beautiful......love what you did. They are all narrative and full of atmosphere.
    Hugs
    SueAnn

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  6. I love what you did here, Jill. Especially the feel of the warm light coming down. Well done!

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  7. Thank you Jill for hosting this creative meme! I've learned a lot from seeing the creative editings, there's many things I'd like to try myself ...a lovely promt as it is right now!

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