Saturday, July 28, 2007

Photo Hunters: Creative


This week's theme was difficult for me as I am feeling pressed for time. We are leaving on vacation in two days and I am not near ready. So.....I decided to post a few pictures that I have posted on my blog before but this time I played around with the edit features on my Kodak program and creatively altered them! Enjoy~~~~~


These first two I used the spotlight feature.....




This picture I enhanced the color by using the scenic color setting which made things lighter and brighter.




Obviously I used the sepia option on this one!

On this one I used a color enhancer option called Forest and then I added the spotlight. My son is the batter!

Here is the black and white feature



Well--that is about as creative I can get today! For more (and better!) examples of creative hop on over to photo hunter headquarters!

7 comments:

ipanema said...

Those are great photos! I tried my hands at editing the other night too, but yours look more professional than mine. I need more practise! :)

Enjoy your holidays! :)

Patricia said...

I was late getting my photo up, too. Your editing is very creative. Have a great time away!

KISSEDALOTATOADS said...

Amazing what you can do with pictures these days on photo software. I truly enjoy creating stuff like that. Great job and great photos. Thanks for sharing and have a wonderful weekend.

CRIZ LAI said...

Not bad. That’s quite creative. Happy Weekend! http://crizlai.blogspot.com/2007/07/photo-hunters-creative.html

Cats~Goats~Quotes said...

Nice photos.
Love the Kitty-Cat :)

(the black font is sorta hard to read on the dark green background..for this old lady, anyway)

Have a great time on vacation!!

Sarah said...

Those are really fun! I never thought about playing around with editing features for my pictures. I know a bit about video editing, so I bet I could figure out still photos.
I like the lavender and brightened diving board one of Austen!

meeyauw said...

I like that spotlight features a lot. Thank you for bringing it to my attention: I'm always looking for new photo stuff.