Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Edit Me - Week 4

Original

My edited version
{note: click the picture to see a larger version}

The quote says: "There are always two people in every picture: the photographer and the viewer." -Ansel Adams 

This photograph seemed like a blank canvas that I could do almost anything with, from the beginning.  I straightened, sharpened, and brightened it a bit.  I really wanted to do something with the space on the right, so I found a quotation that would look nice in the upper right corner.  I didn't want to disturb the clarity of the clouds or the water tower, so I mostly left those alone.  The overlayed stamps were put in each of the corners, and then blurred the edges.

I'm really having fun with these 'Edit Me' challenges.  I didn't have much to post yesterday, so I was looking forward to a new picture to edit today!

My Reflection of Something

Since I'm posting this fairly early, I still have time to get some studying in since I woke up at 5:45 this morning. Nice 'n early.  There's a "pop quiz" this morning, so anyone who's habitually late to class will miss it {not me!} ...I'm always early since I can never understand why sometimes it takes me 10 minutes to drive 10 miles and other times it takes 20-25 minutes. Traffic is weird.

Have a lovely Wednesday, everyone!

5 comments:

Allison Hoffman said...

beautiful job - love the quote

Sarah said...

Gorgeous. I love it.

em said...

I love the edit Nat!

Carrie said...

beautiful use of quotes

Branson said...

Love the quote, and your sky looks wonderful! Great edit!