I had fun shooting this one. Unfortunately I can’t identify this flower’s name but this was a small one which I cut from a bouquet my husband has bought me few days ago.
I am enjoying a lot using different objects to shoot for this ‘carbonated’ art. Although my eyes are failing me (I really really need a new Rx!) I simply do not let that stop me from creating cool bubbly images.
So what do you think? Do you like it?
I post processed this on my iPad.
I was glad that I was able to take some photos using my small studio last night. Because I also turned it (studio) into a hobby room where I placed a big table, it’s because of that I can hardly move around the room let alone place my softboxes strategically if I wanted to play with lights. Another thing that I was glad about was the series of automatic shots of flowers I took! They came out way better than my Manual settings….I usually use manual….
one of the shots from last night’s series
It was a shot of a single rose which I edited/manipulated on ipad. I actually am enjoying editing photos more on my ipad or iphone because of those really good photo apps that I have bought or downloaded free. The possibilities of coming up with nicely edited photos are endless!
I am loving the fact that I seldom use my laptop just to do some photo editing! I am alsoo loving another fact that photo apps I have bought from itunes are more convenient to use- some are really easy-peasy and giving Adobe Photoshop result. Well at least I think so.
This was entirely edited on my iPad2 and well…I like it.
Can you identify the kind of flower this is? (^0^)
I just took a photo of it, actually did not intend to take a shot while it was inverted. And I also did not intend for the result of my editing to come out like this. I just kept on increasing, decreasing, layering, blah blah until I stopped to look at this result, then I decided to finally stop. Enough playing with apps.
And they say there’s no life in Mars?!!