Tuesday, August 19, 2014

Post and Run

We are busy babysitting this week, so I'm going to post a couple of pictures and run.

I woke up early enough to catch up on blogs this morning. If you have posted recently, I have likely read your blog, even if I didn't stop to comment.

I revisited an old photo last night and processed it differently than before. You see these kinds of barns around here every now and then, with an open portion.

I took this photo of Danica at our street bazaar earlier in the month. To make it more interesting I extracted her from the background and thenused her face from the same image for a new background.

Two photos of JJ that I superimposed to create a double exposure effect.

13 comments:

Shammickite said...

I like the ghost effect in the window.

TexWisGirl said...

like the ghost children. :) the first one is awesome, also.

Linda Kay said...

Wow! You must have a bit of time invested in this product. The one of our grandson in the two poses is really unique. Now go babysit!

Tabor said...

All of these are just perfect. Your photography is really great!! You give me ideas....

Lady Lilith said...

Nice. I like your creative touches.

EG CameraGirl said...

I really, REALLY like the two photos of JJ that you superimposed!

Mage said...

The kid shots are really good, but I like the barn. Yes, I too have been rushing a lot lately and not leaving notes. Sometimes it's the best one can do.

Hena Tayeb said...

great images.. love the experimentation.

Donna said...

LOVE the Super cool edits!!!
hughugs

Ann said...

I saw your link on Donna's blog and thought I would check it out. I'm so glad I did. I absolutely love your pictures. The last two in this post are just brilliant.

Gail Dixon said...

Danica is a precious girl and such an entertainer. Love the superimposed images.

KGMom said...

Your portraits of the two grandchildren are priceless. Worth far more than any formal photographic portrait. These are made with love and knowledge of these dear children.

Ginnie said...

I love the way that you combine your artistic talents A.C.