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how to blend a photo with a texture

how to blend a photo with a texture

Some time has passed now. And I’ve done some things. I bought a macro lens! I learned how to make an overlay. I practiced with the new lens. I spent a lot of time thinking. Let’s talk now about the OVERLAY: Actually you blend two photos together. Your main photo and a photo of a texture. I had this ‘stillife’ as background and a picture of a wall I took in France as texture. I was positively surprised and am…

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Why my photo wasn’t working.

Why my photo wasn’t working.

So, I was into rustic photography style. I thought it would be that simple. Just make a pick, stick to that theme and take a photo every week. I was in my mum’s house and my eye fell on this small, light blue bowl. I liked the color and wasn’t I looking for some object for my next 1goodenoughphoto? I asked my mum if I could borrow it for a few days and took it home. In the meantime thinking…

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WHAT do I want to photograph?

WHAT do I want to photograph?

How to choose a theme for your photo? There I was. An entire day for myself and my camera and I felt anxious. Do you know that feeling? I started this photo year project and one of the first issues I was confronted with was: What did I want to take pictures from? I had no idea. This is what I eventually found out: the inspiration is within yourself. There are plenty of photography websites where you can find ideas….

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French windows

French windows

This first week of my 1 good enough photo project I want to post 2 pictures I took this summer in France. Up till then I only had been taking pictures for my Etsy shop and for holiday memories. That day was the first time since many years I again felt the joy of taking pictures just for the fun of taking them. I love wandering around in small French villages, discovering tiny alleys and beautiful, cosy squares. Is it…

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gloomy layer

gloomy layer

It is lovely to see the ease Provencal people decorate footpaths and doorsteps with. Pots and plants are everywhere and give the village a relaxed atmosphere. I choose this picture as 1good enough photo because I like the vertical and horizontal lines, the typical Provencal colors, the texture and messiness of the wall and doorstep. add a greyish, gloomy layer with photoshop I love experimenting with effects in photoshop. My knowledge so far is very limited. My son taught me…

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being inspired

being inspired

I joined a photography club in my village and one morning this summer we took off to take pictures of tree frogs. We arrived in this tiny nature reserve looking for the frogs. I felt cold, miserable, asking myself what on earth I was doing there. So I wandered around a little. Noticed berries, meadows with cows, grass, … nothing that could arise my interest really. I was stuck there, couldn’t escape because we shared cars. And then I saw…

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