Shadow Shot Sunday # 113

I spent my time trying to learn how to give pictures a ‘vintage’ look, this week. Took a photo with shadows, looked up some tutorials, played around on GIMP, and here’s one result.

I overdid it, looks like… πŸ™‚ Still learning.

This was the original photo. Taken in Chail, HP, India, last year.

Heheh, if you can’t click new ones, rehash your picture folder πŸ˜‰
Happy Sunday to all of you.

For more interesting shadows from around the world, check out Hey Harriet here

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About whizkid

Photographer. Procrastinator.
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7 Responses to Shadow Shot Sunday # 113

  1. my brothers girl friend does photography and im really interested in it and i love this are u a professional?

  2. galleryjuana says:

    I like the warmness of the grass in the top photo.

    I looked into Gimp for windows once but have a Mac now. I might check gimp out again.

  3. I love both your shadow shots today, they’re terrific! It’s fun to experiment with shadow shots, isn’t it? I do enjoying playing with the camera. Hope you have a lovely weekend! Enjoy!

    Sylvia

  4. Anonymous says:

    It’s amazing how different a picture looks by just playing with the colors! We like how the chair (which is very cool;0) is the only thing you can realy see in the first one.
    Karla & Karrie

  5. Tracy says:

    It doesn’t look overdone at all. It looks good to me! I keep hearing great things about Gimp. You’ve just reminded me to try it!

  6. Sweet Repose says:

    What a totally cool chair and the shading did it perfectly!!!

  7. BLOGitse says:

    I wish I’ll have time to play with my photos again! πŸ™‚
    hm…maybe in the autumn! πŸ™‚
    I’ve moved to WordPress, welcome!

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