My first image today took me about an hour to edit. This street photograph was taken in the early evening and it was quite dark. I’ve used the gradient border again, but made the whole picture lighter using the bloom option and the region (out of focus) option gives me a lot of tools to do something creative with.
Neodigital Art is about editing photos to create art and so I think it’s appropriate that I used this photo for an edit. This was from a shot of The Public arts centre in West Bromwich. I think it looks artistic. The editing was with PhotoScape.
Darlaston is a local town with quite a few Victorian buildings, so we wandered around there a couple of years ago taking a few photos. These pictures can be edited and the ‘modern’ things taken out to give the picture a real Victorian look.
I see graffiti in all sorts of strange places. If these kids slipped they would be in the canal. I have seen graffiti on aqueducts thirty of forty feet up, they must be risking their necks up there.
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: