Friday, 29 October 2010

Fun Friday


I've noticed some bloggers have a Fun/Phun Friday spot - thinking outside the box and trying something new.  So... I've been having fun with these railings outside Salts Mill.  I have walked past them, down Victoria Road, a million times and never stopped to notice the strong shadows they cast.  Playing a bit and trying a different 'Blending Mode' (Vivid Light) in Photoshop brought out colours that were not noticeable in the original but must have been lurking there.  Not the type of photo I generally post, but 'fun' for a change.

14 comments:

  1. Wonderful! The streets of Saltaire are paved with gold.

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  2. It's good to have fun sometimes! and I like the idea of things appearing when playing with Photoshop! There's still some magic in the technic!

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  3. That's wonderful. I like playing with photos of railings - specially in the sunshine. You've found some gorgeous textures.

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  4. That turned out really neat!

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  5. Very colorful and creative jenny.
    Costas

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  6. Experimenting is good :)

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  7. I like the result, it looks artistic. :-). Sometimes it is good to try and play with photos in an editor, so many interesting effects can be achieved!

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  8. This is a fun shot! I like the shadows.

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  9. It surely is 'fun for a change'! It's, in fact, a great composition, Jenny! Very cool.

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  10. Wonderful! Lovely lines and colours!

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  11. Jenny, I'm so glad you decided to join us this week with a Phun Phriday! post. This is great. I love the shadows, not only that they are there and so distinct, but the angle also. Great job and keep the Phun coming.

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  12. I join the chorus... well done!

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  13. Wonderful color. I love it!

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