Neodigital Art | Creativity
Neodigital Art is about creating a work of art using a digital device. That device could be a phone with a camera, a digital camera or a scanner. I used a digital camera for this picture, but I have also drawn pictures with a pen, coloured them with felt tip pens and then scanned them. After scanning your picture you can then edit it with photo editing software.
The photograph above was taken in May and so the colours are very subtle, no bright colours and with the editing, I tried to preserve that quality. The photo is almost like a watercolour. The sky was very white that day though, which is reflected on to the water.
This shot, taken when it was sunny in July is very different and you can see the blue sky also makes the water blue. The reflections of the trees adds to the interest.
The light wasn’t very good when I took this photo, but I made it more interesting by getting the tree in the foreground, that also gave it a lot of depth.
I took some great photos on my first visit to Merrion’s Wood and I took this on my third visit. The second time the water was covered in leaves. This time the light was different, the sun was shining through brighter. I don’t think it’s as good as my original photo, it can be hard to improve something that is already near perfect.
If the light is really bad, then you can try taking photos of man made objects like vehicles or buildings. We have had a little rain in England this summer and so it has been more difficult to get good light. The sun came out for this shot and is reflecting off the cars, but it’s a reasonably good shot.
Sometimes when the sun does shine, I just try to capture the natural beauty of the landscape. Here we see nature at its best and a man made canal. I also included the wall, that is the side of the bridge in the shot to give it some depth. Access to some places can be difficult and I doubt if many local people recognise where I took this shot. You do have to go exploring!
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