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Neodigital Art | Coloured pencil

Cathedral too

I did this edit from a photo by Simon James. I cropped the photo and then edited with PhotoScape using the coloured pencil option. Neodigital Art is about using digital devices, cameras, scanners and computers to create something different.

This is the original photo of St Edmundsbury Cathedral. The first thing to notice is the the trees on either side. It really needs cropping:

Cathedral original

Besides the trees, the photo is very dull. The weather was bad that week. I cropped the photo and added highlights and contrast:

Cathedral edit

Just cropping off those half trees and adding contrast and highlights makes the picture a little better. Then you can experiment and try to do something artistic with it. There are lots of options in PhotoScape to play with, so the only limit is you imagination. The combinations of different options is unlimited, so don’t be afraid to use them in unusual ways.

Factory

I took this photo because of the patterns. Patterns always make a picture interesting. I used the coloured pencil option again on this picture, it brings out some patterns and makes them more pronounced. You can see the brick of the wall clearly.

industry bridge

I took this picture some time ago. It looks quite rural, but it’s a bridge over the canal. I took the original photo using the full zoom of the camera.

industry canal

You can see in this picture, how much zoom I used to photograph that bridge. You can see it there in the distance.

What do you think of today’s pictures? Do you want to join this school of art? Please comment and share your thoughts…

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2 Responses

  1. Simon

    The Photo was taken in Abbey Gardens, Actually that day at Bury St Edmonds the weather was not bad, the only reason the light was on and off apart from the clouds, it was because it was taken in the evening, after 6pm. I like the origional photo because I think the trees add framing to the picture, but I also like the cropped version too. Another good edit to use is cut out, as it leaves a fantastic outline of things.

    April 30, 2013 at 12:32

    • I thought you would give a link to your new blog. lol

      April 30, 2013 at 12:41

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