Neodigital Art | Update Fourteen
This first picture is a little grey and boring. This was taken by Simon James at Montgomery in Wales. By contrast the next picture is a little more interesting because I went quite radical when I altered it.
This picture is more colourful and impressionist. The sky in particular is impressionist. I altered the histogram in Windows Live photo gallery to get this effect. I also had a second try and altered it a little more! In the second picture I’ve also cropped more from the bottom of the picture.
In Windows Live you can also convert a picture to sepia for an unusual effect and this works particularly well with old buildings.
I took this photograph on Sunday and it’s a masonic hall (used by freemasons) and it’s quite unusual. I have made this one sepia and it seems to work well. We photographed this hall and then just down the street is the town hall, art gallery and a Victorian Post office. The art gallery is still used as an art gallery. The lakes that we’ve photographed before as very close by; less than a quarter of a mile away.
It’s difficult deciding which photograph to use; but I’ve gone with the buildings. I altered this a little cropping some from the bottom, adding contrast and warmth. I drove down that road and turned left and there is the lake and the open space.
This is different from the photographs I took a few weeks ago; the light wasn’t so bright. It’s still a nice photograph though, but without the clouds reflecting on the water. I also found that the river runs behind those trees, I thought it ran into the lake! You can find more blogs on the home page.