Friday, October 07, 2011

I've Been Playing Photographer

I've been playing photographer again. Really I was just filling time while Brodie was at an appointment yesterday & I thought hey why not take a photo to show what my new glasses look like. They don't look all that different to my old ones. The only thing is there is a slight colour change. Instead of silver they are a light gold/rose colour and the arms are a dusty rose.

Anyway I took a few snaps and decided that this one looked the best. I still think my camera phone does a pretty good job at times :) Of course I thought my face looked awfully red. Sadly my psoriasis seems to be flaring a little but that's a whole other story *sigh* Since my face looked red I thought why not have a bit of fun playing around with my photo. Here's what I came up with :D

This is the original. All I did was crop it. There were no other changes made to this one.

Look at me I am a Smurf :D Although the boys thought I looked more like an Oompa Loompa for some reason.

Brodz wanted me to do a sepia toned one. I quite like this one :) 

This kind of reminds me of a 1960's photo for some reason
So there you have it. I had some fun & a good laugh with these. Which one do you like the best?


Nelly said...

Love the pics.I have no clue how to change mine I do store mine in photobucket but never play in there.

PoetessWug said...

Maybe it's my computer, but your face in the original doesn't look red at all!! It's a very nice photo!...Other than that, the sepia one looks like an 'oldie, but goodie'. :-)

Jo-anne *Blossy* said...

Thanks Nelly. I use Paint Shop Pro to changed my photos. I store some of my photos at photobucket too.

Jo-anne *Blossy* said...

Thank you Poetess. Maybe it is just me. I guess I always see the redness because of my psoriasis. Perhaps that's why I like the sepia one too :D

Beverly @ The Buzz said...

Really like the sepia one, too--though the Smurf one is also cute. ;-) Sort of Andy Warhol.

Jo-anne *Blossy* said...

Thank you Beverly. I would never have thought of Andy Warhol but you're right its like his Marilyn Monroe piece.