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Neodigital Art | Editing for art


This picture was a bit boring, but it looks interesting now I’ve edited it. It was simple a fence outside a factory. It was taken in bad light too:


This my first edit when I simply cropped it. I think the monochrome version is better. I used the colorize option in PhotoScape.


Simon James took this photo of a castle last year and I’ve given this the colorize treatment too. It looks quite spooky now.

Panoramic watercolour pencil

This is another old photo from last year. I used an option on PhotoScape to make this look like a watercolour. It was originally a panoramic picture that I did and has a slight fish-eye effect. It’s interesting!

Wednesbury panoramic

This picture is panoramic and from last year too. The dark colorize effect makes it look quite spooky. This is the town I live in and known for the twin spires on the left of the picture. If you look carefully you can just see the windmill, high above the town.

I have used some more pictures edited with PhotoScape today in my post on a zillion ideas. Why not check that out too? Please comment, if you like today’s pictures.

2 Responses

  1. Hi Mike, Love the effects! The greenish tinge reminds me of a landscape after nuclear Armageddon. The other effects are very spooky too. It’s amazing the impact these filters can have on the mood of an image.

    December 5, 2012 at 22:52

  2. Hi Carolyn,

    These effects are so easy to do as well. I like that fence. I did a gate to a railway yard since and that looks good. Always look for patterns when taking a shot. I saw patterns on the surface of the lake today, but didn’t want to get out of my nice warm car! The watercolour picture isn’t bad. That would be a good effect for farm buildings. I have a lot of buildings at a museum to photograph next spring if the weather improves. The bus museum has moved to new premises too, so I’ll check where they have gone. I think Christmas trees and snow will be the next interesting pictures! Incidentally, I cropped my moon picture and then made it mono, but blue, not black and white! It came out good! 🙂

    December 6, 2012 at 00:24

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