Back in 2016, I processed a photograph of a Little Egret which I took at Northward Hill Nature Reserve and processed the image in a blue wash. Today I decided to rework that image.. and the first thing I did was to flip the photograph horizontally. I wanted to do this image in black and [...]
Now I love Lightroom and the majority of my work's carried out in Lightroom. However, Lightroom does have its limitations and one of those limitations is that you can't work with layers or add textures to your images. So Photoshop is my number photo editing software that I turn to when adding textures. But what I [...]
It is Monochrome Madness time again and the theme for this week is High... and I thought I would add this little squirrel who was sitting high in the tree... Again many thanks to Leanne for hosting these photography weeks..
First of all my apologies to Leanne, for posting my photo a week earlier... unfortunately it completely slipped my mind that she was on holiday and wouldn't be holding MM that week.. and of course when I went to schedule my post I didn't add the week. Sorry Leanne xx Glad you had a [...]
Spare is the theme topic for this week's WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge.. and for this topic I picked this bird as he sat on the railing by the cafe at Birling Gap wondering if anybody would spare him some food.
Face is this weeks subject for photo challenge set by WordPress Daily Post. And so I thought I would create an oil-looking painting in Photoshop of a photograph that I took at Knole, near Sevenoaks in Kent earlier this year, of these lovely little deer faces.
Today I wanted to create a soft looking feel to this photograph, which was taken at Leybourne Lakes in Snodland, Kent. It is an ideal place for the kids to run around, there is an adventure playground, and of course plenty of dogs on their daily walks, with some even swimming in the lake. My [...]