Monthly Archives: May 2013

Flowers in the Sun

To wrap up my trip to the Brooklyn Botanic Gardens, we’ll be taking a look at some of the flowers up close. The colors are always spectacular in the sunlight, but there are always some challenges. The largest is red … Continue reading

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A Sunny Day in the Brooklyn Botanic Gardens

Along with the cherry blossoms, I took a nice walk around the Brooklyn Botanic Gardens.    A lot has changed since the last time I was there – what used to be a North American garden is under construction/renovation, the … Continue reading

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Making your photos look like paintings and other such art, pt.2

Continuing from last week, we have the more colorful art forms being represented here. A mix and match of different effects to create images that I like. Going forward, we will include these variations on some of my trips, rather … Continue reading

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Making your photos look like paintings and other such art, pt.1

Lately I’ve been taking so many pictures while walking around, that I have been playing around more with Lightroom 4 to see what the program is capable of. I have found how to make photos look like old style photographs, … Continue reading

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