Something different for this week viewers, most of these photos have been on here in the past however I have played around with them a little. Woodlands Manor has been given a sepia look with a greyscale background and lawn. I’ve left the shrubbery at the front au naturel and I think it has that old painted postcard look.
The lighthouse at Ballina didn’t need too much work, greyscale for everything except the blue bottom.
The old truck took a little while, the shrubbery and grass is sepia, the windscreen and rear window is greyscale. The touchy bit involved doing each stem of grass in front of the truck.
You may recognise this as the dam at the front of our property, it usually doesn’t have black and white water in it.
A reverse on the one above, I seem to have created a wintery scene in the Japanese Gardens at Queens Park, Ipswich. Plenty of greyscale here.
The touchy part here was in trying to greyscale between the tiny lines in this Dragonfly’s wings.
Gazanias on a different background.
This lovely lady is Rebecca, a friend of my niece. I took this picture amongst many others at an engagement party when we went to Newcastle. I haven’t done a thing to this picture, it’s ‘as is.’
Same picture converted to black and white.
Same again in sepia.
I hope you enjoyed this week’s offerings. For those who like kangaroos, I’m sorry I didn’t put any in the post, next week. I like to try something different now and then. Until then,