Young lady at the grocery store! God bless her, she has been working there throughout the whole pandemic.
My get pushed partner JackieR from 365project.org challenged me to take a forced perspective image. So, I found an image I took two years ago April. A trip to Agra with the girls. This is my friend Diane.
Out on a two hour walk on the mountain with hubby, this image of my city was taken from the Mount Royal Chalet near the summit of the Mount Royal in Montreal. You can see the Saint Lawrence river on your right and the Jacques Cartier bridge on your left. Treated in Topaz - Cezanne filter.
Ok, I didn't go out today, I watched Prince Philip's amazing funeral service. Took this photo of my TV screen with my iPhone and processed in Topaz - Bus Sim B&W filter.
Faded tulips = triptych
I am having fun with Topaz filters of my faded white tulips. I still have these three left from April 1st.
I took a self-portrait wearing a sun hat. Post treatment using the RollWorld app to get this effect.
Self portrait silhouette 2
Get-pushed partner Gerry from 365Project.org challenged me to take a silhouette portrait or self portrait.
This is a self portrait composite.
Gerry from 365Project.ort, my get pushed partner challenged me to take a portrait or a self-portrait silhouette.
I placed myself near a window to take a self-portrait, timer on 10secs so that the light would create my profile's silhouette. I then made a composite by adding a water image I took many years ago as my background and converted it to b&w. Having my full portrait upright was boring, so I decided to lay my profile on the bottom edge, looking up, creating a landscape of my portrait.
Trees on the right side of the road, entering the golf cub. An in-camera 7 shot multiple exposure, post-treatment in Topaz - Egyptian Sand filter.
Taking a photo a day is a huge undertaking and challenging. I will try and document my life via my photos. January 3, 2020 is my first day of my 365 day Photo Challenge. I'm also posting on 365project.org enjoying photo challenges from a great group of photographers.