Colorized Barn

It was -13 F on my drive in to work this morning. I stopped my vehicle and captured this barn with my Canon T2i/550D. I processed it on the iPad using Google Snapseed creating a B&W image. Then I processed it with DistressedFX to reintroduce color and add texture.

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Status Update

“When I look at your heavens, the work of your fingers, the moon and the stars, which you have set in place, what is man that you are mindful of him, and the son of man that you care for him?”

Glowing Eye

I saw this flower at the grocery store and snapped it with my iPhone. Then I made it look like it was from another time or something.

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Status Update From Visions of Rapture

A year or so ago, I posted about how I use the free open-source Gimp to edit my photos rather than Photoshop. An update is in order. For the past several months, I’ve been doing nearly all of my image editing on Apple iOS devices – iPhone and iPad. Images captured with my iPhone are synced automagically to the iPad using iCloud. Images from my other digital cameras are transferred via WiFi using my ezShare WiFi SD card (similar to EyeFi). I typically start editing using the free Google Snapseed app. Sometimes that’s all I use. When I need a clone tool, I use the one in Filterstorm. I think it was about $4. I really like Alt Photo (free). It gives images a nice vintage look. There are quite a few others I dabble in, but I want to stop writing now. Have a super day and stay safe and warm. Thanks for enjoying my photos. Posted on: January 26, 2014 at 07:14PM

Images by Matt DeVore