This is part of the 101 Project.
Tuesday morning. I’m having breakfast early in the afternoon, just my usual load of coco-pops (they remind me of dog food =___=). I resort to reading the latest issue of National Geographic, since my phone broke. In my family, I noticed early on a tendency for people to read while they eat, starting from my granddad, who always knows how to cram and balance a big fat book on a table filled with food. Delicious.
Anyway (why do I always manage to meander off the topic?), after breakfast I went and did a family photoshoot in Christchurch park. This time focusing on orange colours. Maybe a bit of red, too.
To make things more interesting (and orange), I decided to post-process a bunch of trees in Photoshop. Some worked quite well.
On the way to the park... At least he’s orange.
I didn’t apply this effect to faces, as they become ridiculously harsh and accentuated. Here’s a few, anyway.
Ouch, look at those spots!
Spots, you were saying?
More photos. Different post-processing techniques.
I like the composition on this one.
I photoshopped Fe’s horrendous spots out of this one, and then made him black and white. There, looks like a real model now, eh? Not as bad as in the previous version. :)
No spots for me, either!
Some photos didn’t come out as expected. I like them.
Look at that innocent smile :)
Oh, but look at that cut-off arm!
Crappy bokeh effects; I wish I had a decent lens (DEESONCY!!!)
Now that my brother’s (probably) pissed off, I’ll end this post.
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