This was a challenge for a couple of reasons:
- I had to find and download the program and then figure out how to use it (that wasn’t too hard).
- I had to find suitable photographs. Sometimes, what I thought would be a suitable image, just didn’t look “right” when I had finished playing with it.
Here are my “color splashed” images from both close to home and far away:
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Thank you Margaret, well done, well risen to the challenge. I like the one with you in it the best! You’re right about the two reasons regarding the challenge, but the one that stays with you is in finding the right image. I’m doing an extra post on this topic on Tuesday so look out for it! What I will emphasis is that this technique “trains your eye” even before you take a photo, so practice with this technique and your general photos will improve too! 👍🙏🙏
Thanks, and welcome back to the fold. Actually, that’s my mother in the photo but never fear, everyone says I look just like her. Besides, she was my hero, so I take that as a compliment.
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Margaret what program did you go with? Your photos are lovely! My favorite was the little red bridge!
I used Color Splash, there’s a version for Windows. I don’t use a tablet and my cell phone is so ancient I call it “semi-educated” (somewhere in capabilities between an old flip-phone and a modern smartphone).
Margaret YOU KILL ME with the description of your phone! I am so jealous of your splash photos! I take all my photos on my phone now……I got too old and too lazy to carry a camera and when I went to classes to learn how to use the camera my eyes and ears just glazed over! So I had to move on!
I still use a camera, most of the time, although I have switched to digital. Sometimes, though, I itch to get out my 50 year old Canon and a roll of film (alas, no more Kodachrome) and take photos the old fashioned way.
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These are awesome, Margaret. Like you, every so often I pull my old Canon camera out…sigh. I don’t miss paying to have blurred shots and oops processed, though.
There was always that — will they or won’t they be any good?