Wow! How did we get get to September (nearly) so quickly? This year has flown by so fast. Maybe because it has been such a lovely Summer with lots of lovely sunshine and (too) hot weather. This year I have not travelled very much with my camera, hopefully will get out and about in the Autumn months (my favourite season).
Another photograph to water colour style image for this lovely Friday evening. Hope you like this one. If any of you are interested in creating your own drop me a message on here and I’ll add a link to the tutorial that I use on YouTube.
I’m back! Sorry for the silence for the past few weeks which have been so busy and hot, that I’ve neglected a journal post! But, I’m here with some time to write one, I’m also in the process of maybe changing domain name as I’ve gone back to wordpress.com for now.
As it has been too hot and bright for me to focus on photography I’ve been working on creating some effects using Photoshop. It isn’t just a button that you press to create these, you have to have many layers and change the filters etc. Each one can create up to 30-60 minutes to create.
If any of you are interested in creating your own drop me a message on here and I’ll add a link to the tutorial that I use on YouTube.
Sunsets, sunsets and more sunsets! Hope you like these montages of sunsets over the past few weeks, They have been stunning, too early for me to be up at sunrise at the moment so sunsets will have to do for now!
As the Sun is low on the horizon at sunrise & sunset, sunlight has had to travel through more of the atmosphere to reach us.
When light hits the atmosphere it is scattered, particularly when dust, smoke & other particles are in the air.
This scattering affects the blue part of the light spectrum the most. So by the time the sunlight reaches our eyes there is generally more of the red & yellow parts of the spectrum remaining.
Dust and smoke particles commonly build up in the atmosphere beneath high-pressure systems, which are generally associated with dry & settled weather.