Teapots and/or Teacups Tuesday — 013

You can see the full-size photos in THIS<<link SmugMug Gallery.  

And, of course, variations … BUT, in galleries because I’m pressed for time lazy.

Also, I played around so much with these that I ended up with 28 photos . . . too many for one of these posts, so you’re getting twelve today and fourteen next week; same subjects, different poses, and different treatments.

I’m calling this the iso-front view . . .

Hmm . . . that’s supposed to be a “Tiled Gallery” meant to “Display multiple images in an elegantly organized tiled layout” . . . I have to say a row of images isn’t my idea of a ’tiled’ gallery. I also have to say that the much-vaulted control supposedly afforded by using blocks doesn’t offer the option to choose a tiled design of one’s choice.

These photo edits were done using a combination of Lightroom, Luminar Neo, Color Efex Pro 4, and On1 2010 suite. I ended up with twenty-eight mainly because I was playing with Luminar Neo, even though these photos aren’t exactly suited to putting Neo through its paces.

I’m calling this the above-rear view . . .

See! That’s more of what I would call a ’tiled gallery’, but don’t ask me to explain why this gallery looks like this and the other looks like a row of photos.

I’m calling this the above-front view . . .

I went back and tried re-tiling the first gallery, but the Tiled Gallery block would have none of it . . . straight line it remained no matter what I tried.

Oh, well. Someday the block editor will work as advertised and without any bugs or glitches . . . and that’s the day they will decide to “improve” it. Replace it, even, with a brand new, poorly thought-out, and buggy as all heck editor.

Keep yourselves safe, my friends . . . because the world seems anything but.

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