Hello my lovely people 😀
This cute little fellow came to our yard yesterday. My mum found him outside and he wouldn’t go away no matter how close she got to him. When she called me to come, he was already sitting comfortably on her arm. The poor birdie was probably lost or who knows what happened to his family. He looked perfectly healthy and could fly just fine but was definitely hungry as he gobbled down all the little insects we caught for him (or her). He wouldn’t let go of my mum, we had to leave him on that tree a few times until he finally sat there. A few minutes later he flew away. We hope he’s alright and maybe he’ll pay us a visit again 🙂
Day 4 of the V-Light Art Sale. We are so close to 25% of the funding goal! We can do this! If you ever wanted a signed print of my photos, now is the time! 😉 Help me spread the word by sharing the campaign and remember that even 1$ can help and you still get a very cool perk! Thank you 🙂
I was just outside trying to find something interesting to shoot and i ended up taking loads of photos of blossoms, spiders and butterflies 😛 That’s all there is around my house. For some reason when i took this photo i automatically envisioned it to have kind of a vintage look so i started playing around with Analog Efex Pro. If you don’t know it, Analog Efex Pro is a Photoshop plugin that simulates different styles and effects of analog photography. I love the Nik Software suite but i still don’t know how i feel about this particular plugin, which is the latest addition in the suite. I have worked with film and slides in the past, did a lot of darkroom developing and printing so i can’t really see how this plugin is supposed to give an analog feeling. Maybe this photo is not the best example but i would like to know your opinion! Have you even tried this plugin? Which plugin would you recommend for making digital photos look like they were taken with a film camera?
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