Rebel Guy chose a photo editing program: Corel AfterShot Pro 3. I was using it, much more advanced for me and all it did was crash my computer. His is newer and does not have that problem.
Right now I am happy using my free stuff, the basic photo editor, Paint and Photo Shop Express. I will want better down the road.
We asked a few of Rebel Guy’s brothers close friends for some feedback. He has the most creative group of friends and they make a living doing it. One of them gave us his feedback and some great advice (Thanks, Craig!). One being to name our photographs so they are easier to find. Another was, though it is great to follow challenges, to also create our own personal challenges. Great advice!
I know what I need to work on, so why not challenge myself to master one thing at a time, be it lighting, a setting…the list is long!
From Mundane Mondays, I have learned that we should be able to take anything and make it into a MORE interesting picture. Spruce it up and make it photo worthy.
Normally I would have only posted the hanging garlic bunches I make on our personal blog. This challenged me to find a way of turning garlic into something worth putting on our photo site. This is my attempt:
Ignore the painted black. Note to self – be pickier when it comes to the background!
It also gave me a chance to play with different looks:
That’s all for now. WAIT! No it’s not. Why didn’t I unfold the towel? How is this?
I think I like the top ones better.