Saturday, May 14, 2016

What The Eye Can't See




I liked this picture of the mountains, but wasn't sure I would leave the sunbeam in or not. So I went to picmonkey and played around with it. Then I accidentally pulled the brightness button all the way to the end, and got this:


I thought this was fascinating. Now I GET it, Madsnapper and the rest of you who like to play around with your pictures. I can't wait to do this again!











22 comments:

  1. Processing fun can give fantastic effects, love that deep, purply black, almost as though the tornado was on top of you standing there.

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  2. Amazing. It looks like a passage into another world!

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  3. Hi Inger - looks like you have a new pastime .. and I love the difference it makes. It is certainly brooding ... looks like a Turner painting, or Dante in his Inferno before the flames strike ... gorgeous type of image produced ...

    Cheers and enjoy the weekend ... Hilary

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  4. Playing with photos is a lot of fun. :)

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  5. you got it.. oh yes... i have played with every button and setting in pickmonkey and that is how i learned. i just went from button to button playing... that is how i am learning the tablet and phone... have fun. it is truly what we can't see.

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  6. how very cool! yup, madsnapper got to you, didn't she? :)

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  7. An interesting photo either way! Have fun playing!

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  8. Good morning Inger!
    Love the pictures! Just amazing!
    Wishing you and your adorable Samson and Faith a nice weekend.

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  9. That's cool--like a ray of light from God.

    Love,
    Janie

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  10. What a beautiful picture! Have a good weekend!

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  11. A great shot and view. Warm greetings!

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  12. What a fun way to stumble into an interesting new pastime. T E Lawrence (Lawrence of Arabia) was said to have backed up into the spotlight. :-) Keep an eye out in your email inbox, RITES OF PASSAGE, audio book is heading your way. :-)

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  14. Really interesting effect. Looks like you have found a new and fun plaything. Enjoy the creative adventure.

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  15. It is fun to try all of the different effects - but it sure can eat up time!

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  16. Dramatic and Beautiful Difference . . .

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  17. It is fun to play around with editing an image! The photo bug already had bitten you. If you have a scanner, you can scan old photos and save them as a jpg, then edit them to a larger size, etc. Photography is art form if you want it to be.

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  18. Watch out it can be addictive. Great shot.

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Thanks for leaving a comment.. ~~ Inger

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