Well we are at at the end of We Live In A Flat’s 12 week app photo challenge and we have learnt SO much. You can check out what we have learnt over the last 11 weeks ion my Photo Challenge page or see more detailed descriptions of the apps on Mrs P and Donna’s page.
It is a huge week of agility here in 1st World Dog land. Mum has spent the 1st half of the week at the One Mind Dogs agility seminar and we are off to Sydney’s Royal Easter Show this weekend competing in the agility trial there (we did a guest post over on Puppy Tales in the lead up to the Royal about “What is Agility?” if you want to check it out). So there is a lot of agility going on… I’m almost dreaming agility…. Well actually for the sake of this photo challenge I am….
For this week’s challenge we have taken inspiration from Mrs P’s blurb about how nature often looks better in mirror… but hey it’s 1st World Dog blog and hmmm the Photo Challenge should include me (or be a very good reason why not!)
We have actually spent some time thinking over this week’s Snappy H’appy Photo Challenge.
We read this week’s photo challenge blog post just before we headed out on our morning run. We are coming to the end of daylight savings so the light is only just breaking as we head off of on our. Mum got inspired by the filtered light at our turn around point and thought it might be good for this weeks light leek app challenge.
So here is our original photo…
And here is our app’ed image using the Snapseed Retrolux that Mrs P suggested….
(Snappy H’appy logo coming….working off the iPad… Sorry)
Another fun week of the Snappy H’appy Photo Challenge. Really enjoying learning lots of new photo tricks. For this week on cut outs we were very conscious of taking Mrs P at We Live In A Flat’s advice on not making it look tacky. So instead we have taken inspiration from an iconic Australian image…
So here is our original…. holiday pic this week. Sunset on the Australian East Coast.
Here is our inspiration…. the iconic camel sunrise rides in Broome on Australia’s West Coast
And our cut-out photo challenge shot….
We took Mrs P’s advice on Moldiv and also a bit of Photo Editor to try to blend in mum’s dodgy cut out attempt (she doesn’t have the steadiest hand) and also add the boarder.
Thanks again Mrs P at We Live In A Flat for all the effort she puts into teaching us about all these tools that are out there. Also Meghan at Firebonnet for co-hosting the challenge. We have lots of fun.
We played with several different pictures this week and different effects with each. We decided on this one as it was a simple composition where the focal point were the eyes. The challenge was then what would enhance them and what would be a distraction. Hope you like what we chose.