Trail cam shenanigans. Wait for it…
Occasion: 30-year wedding anniversary
Custom minifigs from minifigs.me, vanilla cupcake with lemon buttercream frosting, forest landscape background. Iphone 5S: PhotoShop CC 2015: Adobe Spark Post
Shot with iPhone 5S, Edited in PhotoShop
Took a great pic – up close and personal of a Great White at the Chatham Shark Museum, edited the image in Photoshop with a layering effect.
For use in a Twitter post pre- Sharknado4
Iphone 5S: PhotoShop CC 2015: Adobe Spark Post
Image made for Shark Week 2016:
iPhone 5S & PhotoShop
Custom Minfig Me, image of shark on monitor and flashlight:
This morning, as soon as I realized it was the 4th of May, I gulped down my coffee and ran to my “accessory” drawer to see what I had on hand to create a Star Wars Day tribute post before my sister-in-law beat me to it. My Darth Vader minifig was missing his helmet, so I tried replacing it with “left shark’s.” But that was just a stupid waste of time, so I pushed him aside and selected a Storm Trooper.
After a quick Google image search on my iPad – I found an image that would work as a backdrop: propped the iPad against my monitor, used the black Moo Card box for a “stage” and posed my custom minfig with the Storm Trooper as if they were at a premier. Snapped one photo with my iPhone and used the Chrome feature to brighten and tint the image.
20 minutes start to finish – and I quickly posted it to Facebook and my Twitter feed.
…but my sister-in-law still beat me.
One day this past November- en-route from my class in Computers, Fact, Fiction & Fantasy to my Creating Games class – I saw something on the brick walkway. Actually I stepped “over” the something in the walkway- but hesitated then turned back to see what it was. On close examination I realized it was someone’s gum – stuck in the cracks.
But I saw a heart.
For some reason this made me happy and so I snapped a quick pic with my iPhone and continued on to class. Later it occurred to me that it would make a neat Valentine’s card for my husband.
Card stock and envelope