Of Windows and Wings

Here are two versions of an image using an old window-in the beginning I was more taken with the first image, but now I think I like the second one better. I do wish there was a way to soften the blackness of the birds though-

Images taken with iPhone 5s and processed with Snapseed, Distressed Fx and Stackables

For today: Window of Memory

Window of Memory #1

Window of Memory #1

Window of Memory #2

Window of Memory #2



22 thoughts on “Of Windows and Wings

  1. This is lovely Meg, you’ll get as many ideas as there are birds in the window ๐Ÿ™‚ Easy to do the birds in PS but that’s not where you’re doing things is it.

    • Hi Lee-no-these days I take the pictures with the iPhone and process them either with the phone or the iPad. I was actually working on the computer today using Topaz and I forgot how great these computer programs can be ๐Ÿ˜‰

      • I’m just wetting my feet in PS with a little bit of Topaz thrown in for good measure, you seem to be able to do so much with the apps. for your phone it’s amazing!

  2. Beautiful shot, Meg. I really like the dreamy effect. I agree with the blogger who said that maybe you should have only one bird outside the frame. I think the more intense color in the first shot really does work in this case, but I’m still going back and forth and can’t choose one of them!

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