3 Shades of a Flower
Excitement about developing and improving my photography skills is one of the things blogging has given me.
Joining in blog photography focused link parties have been a fab inspiration in this regard. So, here is my ‘Point and Shoot’, one of the many pictures I took after fellowshipping with dear friends on Sunday.
Hold on, there’s more of the same to share, though it’s somewhat different.
First things first, the background story …
Whilst showing my recently acquired preloved bridge camera to a dear friend this Sunday, I stumbled upon a ‘new’ feature on it, ‘film simulation’.
Admittedly, I’d seen this feature before, but I’d not thought to explore what it was about.
‘Why’, you might ask? I’m not exactly sure really. I suppose the title, ‘film simulation’ didn’t seem … hummmm … up my ‘current-photography-development’ street.
How wrong I was, I can’t get enough of this feature now; I wish I had checked it out earlier.
So, the feature …. can you believe it? I can actually take black and white, and sepia, and more toned pictures directly with my camera. I don’t have to rely on photo editing sites or programs to do this anymore! So exciting 🙂
Have a look at the sepia version of the flower above, my Point and Shoot picture from this weekend …
… and the black and white version …
… no editing, save for reducing their sizes and adding my ‘logo’ on picmonkey.
A beauty in the haze that life can be sometimes. #beautyinthehaze
What do you think?
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