Trying my hand at sports photography. 🏈
The end of the day is the most beautiful for many reasons.
On September 9, 1887, Richard Jowers was working at Furnace Number One. Standing near the top of the furnace, he slipped, and he and the heavy bell he had been preparing to melt tumbled into the molten steel below. There was nothing anyone could do to help, and they stood helplessly by as Jowers was incinerated. It is rumored they were able to remove his head and several bones before his remains were lost completely. At night, this old building, now a national landmark, still echoes with noises from its perilous past. Screams are heard, apparitions are seen, and on the second floor of the Blower Building, there's the sinister presence known as "Slag," an overly cruel foreman who can still be heard belittling his crew.
City Scapes 👍🏻💡
Happy Thanksgiving to all! 🦃 🥘
What the beach looks like from above 👍🏻👀
Thanks so much for everyone who’s followed me@to my 100th post! 💯💯
French fries best enjoyed hot 🥵 from the kitchen.
Cool motion. Download Enlight Pixaloop. It makes video loops like this simple and easy, and they look awesome.
Last photo manipulation in the series. I really enjoyed learning how to do cool effects and manipulate a lot of different elements. Maybe I’ll do something like this again in a series but for now let’s return to our normal programming.
I call it: Flames. Manipulation #? I lost count.
This was an easy manipulation. Model was easiest to cut out, but butterfly was hard to find. Background gradient and gradient maps were easy. Really enjoyed the result of a short trial and error.
This time I added the stock images I used. I also used a few brush plugins that were free.
Another tutorial with images provided by Photoshop Tutorials.
This is my first attempt at an in depth photoshop tutorial. I think it turned out well. Let me know what you think.
The cup is your ocean.