So is the Workaround worth it? For some things, maybe… but it’s really just another image toy.
So here’s the Original.And here’s the Snapseed edit.Compare that to a similar edit from Enlight. Pretty similar…
Except for the Glow filter in Snapseed (which I quite like), and all the borders and artistic filters and whatnot in Enlight (which I don’t much use), the apps have similar capabilities.
To tell the truth, Enlight is far more powerful, but it’s also $4. Snapseed is free. The Workaround might be worth it.
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And Sunday is winding down nicely, Alhamdulillah: ice water, RantBook(tm), David Alan Harvey’s Cuba book.
If not for this headache, it would be bliss. Continue reading “Sunday Evening”
Instead of shopping, if you’re not working already, why don’t you go into work: there won’t be anyone there.
Or if that doesn’t appeal, maybe find a local rec center or gym and shoot some ball: take a friend, as it’ll likely be rather quiet today.
Or spend time with family, relax, enjoy the weather if it’s nice, take some naps, maybe eat a turkey sandwich (with the mayo and cranberry sauce and maybe a bit of greenbean casserole on some cheap white bread=YUM), whatever you do, just don’t buy anything.
Continue reading “Happy #buynothingday!”
Two quick black & whites, converted from color with Filterstorm on the iPhone 5.
One was originally shot with the D7000 and I don’t remember which lens; the other with the iPhone’s built in camera app.
Which is which?
First, my darling wife, busily studying before bed:
And now the moon (this one sorta looks like it could be a Gerhard Richter painting, an outtake from the October 18,1977 series):*
Continue reading “The Moon and my Wife”
(aka What to do when it’s too hot to walk?
Continue reading “Unimaginative”