Tag Archives: Photoscape

Autumn Xpro

I took this at Mount Vernon a while back. I like the way it turned out, especially the silhouettes, but decided to try some cross processing (Xpro for short) just for fun…. A little edgier, yeah? I desaturated the color, … Continue reading

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Sun oils

A sunflower to brighten your morning. Taken with the iPhone, no processing. I’m fascinated with the texture that comes with iPhone photos taken in bright light. Remember the PaintMee app? Here’s the same sunflower: Another (iPhone) sunflower shot: A bit … Continue reading

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New Market, Maryland on the iPhone

Hello there. I shot this on my iPhone in a 200 year-old Maryland town called New Market. The population was less than 500 in year2000, but it’s known as the “Antiques Capital of Maryland.” Back to the photo. After removing … Continue reading

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Some new textures

While tooling around Queens, NY, recently, I spotted this vintage Ford Falcon: (I’ve blurred the license plate with Photoshop to protect the owner’s privacy.) Thought it might be fun to apply some Photoscape cross processing and vignetting for a more … Continue reading

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Cross processing

Cross processing refers to the procedure of deliberately processing photographic film in a chemical solution intended for a different type of film, such as slides. Now you can achieve the same effect in the digital world with photo editing programs … Continue reading

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After and befores

Thought I’d switch things up a bit with some textures and Photoscape effects. I used at least three textures on this until I got it to look the way I wanted. Found this little “flowerbox” on a stroll through Strasburg, … Continue reading

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Mahonia "painting"

OK, I had some fun with Photoscape again. Such a great bargain, that program. Here’s my mahonia picture, “painted” with Photoscape: I basically pixelated it with “crystallize,” then boosted the color saturation a bit. Some day I’ll take a painting … Continue reading

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More fun with Photoscape (faux vintage)

I’ve noticed a lot of “fake” Polaroids and vintage photos lately, and decided to give it a try on Photoscape. Here’s a picture of a great vintage sign in Austin, Texas, for Magnolia Cafe. (They have killer breakfasts, by the … Continue reading

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Bleeding Hearts can be fun

I know, I know, I’m getting obsessed with bleeding hearts. But they only last a few weeks and then they’re gone for a whole year. Please bear with me–it’s only my second spring back East. This one is my very … Continue reading

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Having fun with PhotoScape

Oh good, the font choice box is back today. Life in Blog Land is full of surprises. So yesterday, I thought I’d play around with PhotoScape, a FREE photo-editing software program like Photoshop. I love this photo that my beautiful … Continue reading

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