You Say Goodbye
Remember I mentioned that daffodil in my garden back in this post – well here is said flower.
I just did the update to Camera+ version 3 and I wanted to give it a little bit of a trial run. It’s not to bad. It’s a little sticky here and there, but I am guessing that could be down to the lack of memory in a 3GS. Hopefully once I get to upgrade (soon my pretties… soon) I’ll notice a lot smoother UI. I also played around in Snapseed with this one.. just to add a little drama and burring.
I couldn’t decide which of these two to use for today’s post, so I am using both of them.
I am not sure what people must have made of a weird guy taking pictures of Shopping carts, but there was something about the way they lined up and the perspective looking down the aisle. I think each image, even though they were taken 90 seconds apart, show a totally different tale.
Both shots taken with Hipstamatic.
On one of my sojourns out and about I tried the Simply B&W app from MrBWare.com. I touched it up using the in app settings and added a little Grunge effect in PhotoToaster.
I have seen some very cool shots taken with the app 6×6. So I took the plunge and grabbed it. It’s a really simple app to use and it didn’t take a computer degree to get it up and running.
After taking a few shots using 6×6 I came back and opened up my favourite one in PhotoToaster. I had played around with PhotoToaster on a sample image a few nights ago and thought I would give it a bash on this shot and see what I could make of it. PhotoToaster is a little more involved and will take a few more plays to get to grips with, but for this shot I just did something basic.
This little tin is never more that 20 feet away from me at any one time.. (except when I am in bed.. then it’s more like 150ft.)
I am attached to this tin as it offers untold amounts of sanity when all around are losing theirs.
On my trip to Canterbury last week we took a short cut through a park. I saw this interesting slab. I took a few pictures and promptly forgot about them. As I was going through the images I had taken to find today’s image this popped up and I started to play with the ColorSplash. I have had ColorSplash for quite some time but haven’t really played with it, it is very easy to use and is quite basic but powerful at the same time.
The original image was taken with ProCamera and I used a boarder from Pixlr-o-matic.