Tiniest sliver of sunlight hitting my Ribena exploding into such colour.
Welding Mask from industrial shoot in March - Lightroom CC edit only
Glass and dangly baubles seemed to be quite plentiful too.
Appears ducks weren't the only "theme"!! Large partially eaten fruits were too ;)
The DNA helical light (from below) in my second hotel of the week #BestWestern
First picture from my new toy - no editing just the ClassicChrome effect in camera.
Another one Mage playing with solely mobile editing apps - again using perfectly clear and then SnapSeed. A shot of Saffy at the pool shoot.
Tv remote goodness hehe
Playing with square crop and some double exposure. Some street art from Fashion Street in London
On me desk at work - this filter in OGGL gives very pleasing B&W images :)
Mightier than the sword :) and clicky too :)
I always said coffee was a work of art :) #TangledFX #OGGL
Certainly experiencing past masters of photography's work does bring lots of shooting options to my daily life - anyone familiar with William Eggleston's work will no doubt see his influence on me in this shot- those who do NOT know his work - go check him out!! He was the first person to get colour photography taken seriously in the '70s by the art world- until then it wasn't considered serious art unless it was in black and white, Eggleston led the way along with several other photographers in this colourist era.
On the diverse editing apps here is a picture taken through TangledFX app for iOS Using the brush strokes preset. #TangledFX #LoveLondon