For them wondering about the title, “I wave at you“<<link and “I wave at you two“<<link are previous posts exploring/offering wave photos (and, if interested, one of those explores my legs). This short post continues the titles (with fewer photos, and no legs … maybe).
So, that’s right out of the camera, except I turned on Adobe Color as opposed to my usual Camera Neutral. Camera Neutral has a vapid appearance with hardly any saturation or contrast (what I usually start with when I post-process).
Side Note: for them wondering whatever happened to Falkor (LINK), as you can see, he finally got rid of his aversion to water and is now body-surfing in Hawaiʻi.
Anyway, this post was born from my desire to try a few different processing options . . . and the fact I like waves.
The Alphabet Challenge “P” Stories had a quick burst of votes before settling down again. The writers hope for a few more occasional bursts before noon, September 18th. Of course, we also hope the majority of readers will not wait until the deadline to vote.
If you are one such reader, thank you in advance for eventually reading our stories and for eventually casting a vote for your favorite of the three. Links to the stories and the poll for voting for “Alphabet Challenge P-Stories” are HERE.<<<Link
That’s a photo I shared yesterday, and diem3 commented she could “see” the motion in the photo. Well, this being a quick post, I figure I would help everyone see the motion (give it a moment as it’s loading the GIF file) . . .
I subscribe to KelbyOne for Photoshop and Lightroom tutorials and tips and hints. Every year, they provide freebies to their members for the 12 Days of Christmas. This year, one of them was a year-long membership to PlotaVerse.
For them who don’t know — I didn’t know until today — it’s a site where you can upload a photo and add motion to it.
NOTE: while not huge, these files a tad larger than usual; Give them a few minutes to load if you have slow Internet service.
For instance, I can take this photo . . .
. . . and make it do this . . .
Mind you, I’m still learning the tool and that was my first attempt.