I made it to three digits!
this one is in honour of a dear friend and her awesome backyard.
Today is my mother’s 69th birthday. She’s a special lady so I wanted to do something special for her. I had a brilliant idea that I got from a facebook post that I can no longer find in order to give credit.
Unfortunately, I have yet to figure out lighting and I’m crap at photoshop. None-the-less, here is my attempt at a reflective photo honouring my mom. It’s also backwards… her current self should be seeing her past self in the reflection, but who’s counting.
Today was awesome. I hung out with my nephew again and we went to the local skate park. He had some sick airfeet, fo-shiz boi. His tricktionary was slammin! I’ll stop. Sorry.
But srsly tho. He litz had some mad skills.
This is my ode to him.
I went black and white for these ones. I wanted gritty. I also haven’t bothered including the camera settings because there was a lot done in post and because they’re for fun.
So do you remember that time I was all “what happens if I do more than one thing and I like more than one photo?” and you were all “it’s ok to post a photo taken on another day”
I’m doing that.
Because I went to the beach with my dog again and I know too much of that
will get is annoying.
So here’s a picture I took last week of a cool guy.
I made it past a week everyone! (sort of)
Post Processing: Increased contrast & clarity, desaturated, adjusted exposure -2stops
It’s day 2 and I’m finding it difficult to pick a photo. What happens if I did 2 things that day and I really like 2 photos? Am I to just scrap the other photos? Forget they every existed?
Perhaps I’ll keep them and secretly post them on a day I just can’t be bothered. That seems like a great idea as long as I don’t tell anyone.
This pic is of a local salmon barbeque that I walked past. Thankfully I had a friend with me that pointed out the photo op.
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