A quick look at ‘beige’ in Wikipedia shows that, in spite of being a colour with a reputation for being boring, it actually has an interesting history. Currently ‘beige’ is […]
The grape harvest in Rioja intensified – I just want to pick that cluster and stuff it in my mouth! The Original. Week 1. Watercolour by Waterlogue.Week 2. Retro grapes in […]
For some reason I find Stackables to produce the most interesting black and white images. Whereas Pixlromatic does a better job on sepia images with a bit of character. More […]
This week I’m running the grapes through Pixlromatic which I find does a good job of making the image tell a story. More of Robyn G’s One Four Challenge.
I’m off gallivanting again so I’m picking an easy subject and just running it through a bunch of photo apps. The grape harvest was in full swing when we were […]
A Venezuelan artist born in 1923, Carlos Cruz-Diez became involved with the ‘Op Art’ movement of the 60s, moving on to ‘kinetic’ installations of Op Art in the 70s. The ‘Op Art’ […]
This week I wanted to use a monochrome look to emphasize the Victorian ‘Industrial’ quality of this Spanish conservatory. I thought for sure Stackable’s ‘Tintype’ formula would fill the bill but in […]