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Neodigital Art | Seasons and light


Sunshine 048

I’ve started today with a photograph from July, that was the last time we had really good light in the afternoon for photography. The sun was bright that day in a Victorian Park. It does give a very bright picture though with contrasting colours.

Wednesbury 012

This photograph was taken about the same time in the summer sunshine too. The good light gives vivid colours, but is still absorbed by the darker greens that appear very dark.

Brunswick Park

The light in the park in March wasn’t so good, but the colours were much lighter. This picture isn’t very good,  but you can see the difference to the summer picture.

Sunshine 051

This picture was taken in Brunswick Park too in July and you can see the difference in the colours and light; it’s much brighter.

I did a blog on editing over on a zillion ideas today. Why not pop over there and check that out? 

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13 responses

  1. Nice Shots!

    4, September 2012 at 2:38 pm

    • Hi,

      Thanks, I didn’t have any new ons this week and so was a little disappointed. I think the weather is improving though.

      4, September 2012 at 4:39 pm

  2. Hi Mike, Sorry I haven’t been here in a while. Your blog is a treasure and I want to visit when I have time to enjoy it.

    Love these pictures. The bright sunshine brightens my day.

    My favorite is the gazebo one. That picture is especially inviting, I just want to be there.

    I had an idea for blog topics for Neodigital Art (or another day). You could ask readers for their photos and then you could use your editing magic and let us know how the photos could be improved. Gently, of course. ;-)

    If you like my idea, I’m willing to be a guinea pig (you know I need a lot of advice). If not, no worries. I know you have plenty of topics to cover! :-)

    6, September 2012 at 1:27 pm

  3. Hi Carolyn,

    I would be happy to edit pictures by other people, that’s quite quick and easy the way I do it. I don’t make them perfect. I dislike perfect blue skies or flawless skin. Red sunsets don;t do a lot for me, nature provides so much in the way of colour and diversity.

    The gazebo is actually a bandstand, used by brass bands years ago and rock bands recently!

    If you have a few photos that I can use, attach them to an email. I keep asking for contributions to a zillion ideas. I’ll mention photos for editing next week, see if anyone else has any!

    6, September 2012 at 2:35 pm

    • Hi Mike, Yes, your request for photos for A Zillion Ideas gave me the idea for this topic. I would love to contribute, but don’t feel as if my images are worthy of your quality blog. I will send some along for you to demonstrate your magic! :-)

      6, September 2012 at 3:43 pm

      • Hi Carolyn,

        Even if they aren’t suitable for a zillion ideas, I like messing about with photos, so I’m sure I can do something unusual with them. I might be able to suggest ways they could have been shot better too.

        I’ll look forward to getting them.

        6, September 2012 at 10:33 pm

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