Wednesday, January 23, 2013

The same but different

A little playing with the camera taking random shots in the house and I had this picture.


A little playing in photoshop gave me two more pictures. The same, yet slightly different.

The first with a texture.


The second in black and white.

26 comments:

  1. Woof! Woof! I see the difference. Happy Wednesday. Lots of Golden Woofs, Sugar

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  2. All 3 the same yet SO different. Nice job! It's been awhile since I've visited (sorry) - I love the new (to me) background! :)

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  3. For the life of me I cannot see the difference between the first two!! But I love the pictures, and wish I had a bowlful of these!

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  4. i like the mono shot :) if you drag the Levels.. it will give it more depth.

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  5. I like the black and white best, I think. I am piddling around with the trial version, and pretty sure I'm gonna have to cave (next paycheck).

    I haven't tried playing with Kim Whats-her-name's textures yet; not enough hours in the day don'tcha know ;o)

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  6. Right about now, after working on my photo program and getting nearly 300 photos up on a DVD, I would hafta say, I don't want to seeeeeeeee another photo to work on for some time. LOL

    Sorry, I'm so far behind in my visits again, that project took 10 for each day since Friday. I'm done.

    Do love the textured image in the middle. AND LOVE your crocheted potholders. The colors are perfect Ann.

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  7. There's something about black and white pics I love! Have fun!
    Christine

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  8. Whoa, they all look like the same picture--only different!

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  9. woo hooooo playtime. i like the black and white best, but it is close. i have been playing with textures, but the back out of whack made me stop. i will start again when i can...

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  10. I'll take the first one, thanks...

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  11. Great shots Ann. I love the first original. I use to remember how to set my camera to capture the focal point clear and then blur out in the background.

    I rarely if ever use my Photoshop and I should take time to get comfortable with t again. There is so much you can do with it!

    I love your photography but I always have!

    I hope you and Duke have a great day!

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  12. I can see the difference. :) I like the first one best. Hope your week is fantastic!

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  13. Tinkering with photographs seems to be a lot of fun for many. I wouldn't know where to start. I'm so talented. Bwahahahahahaha. Not.

    Have a terrific day. My best to Duke. :)

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  14. They are both really nice but if I were to have one for my house I would choose the black and white.

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  15. Ann I think I like the first one the best. The second one is very similar, but I see the background is different. It's amazing what a camera can do. I think I like them all. Have a good one.

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  16. While my camera is away for repairs, I'll have to use old pix...:(JP

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  17. It's pretty cool how you do that. I'm going to get a new DSLR so guess I'll have to learn these tricks too somehow.

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  18. Is it nostalgia that makes the black and white so appealing?

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  19. That is pretty darn neat how you can do that. I need to play with that some and see what I can come up with. It looks like fun. Take care

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  20. I like the last one! Black and white pictures are cool!

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  21. I like them all. I like those balls too. Did you make them?

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  22. The black and white version is really striking.

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  23. ... and I approve this message! LOL...

    Photoshop playing is so fun!

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  24. Editing is so much fun and addictive...my favorite is the black and white one.

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