Description: Don’t you just love this picture??? Well I do… Mostly because the actual picture was taken by my beautiful fiancée Gabrielle!! She took this while we were both out on a photo shoot, she was using my iPad to capture whatever her heart pleased and I was taking pictures with my professors camera. Lo and behold I love her picture more than mine! The person in the picture is me, and I love how silhouetted I am against the amazing sunset! I also love the edit I did to the colors, if you would like to see what the original looked like just let me know and maybe I can post that tomorrow. 🙂 anyway, thanks for reading and I hope you like this picture by my fiancée! 🙂
Description: Alright, so it’s about time that I start getting into doing these Weekly Photo Challenges again! I’ve gone quite a few weeks without them and I miss them! So here in this weeks on Illumination! I was unsure of which picture I should choose for this week. I have a few different ones that would have worked, but I love this picture a LOT! This is an edit to a flower I did on my iPad. The flower is originally white and maroon, but through some editing took and my obvious genius (Just kidding, haha!) I was able to change a few colors and cause the blue so sort of “illuminate” the rest of the flower 🙂 I love it! And I hope you do too!
Description: Oh man do I love this photo! The picture itself was very good, taken during one of my first photo shoots with nature back 8 months ago, but what I really love about this photo is the editing that I have done for it. It’s amazing what you can do with an iPad and a dream (alright, that was cheesy, but it’s somewhat true!) This really reminds me of Avatar and the faint glow that all of the vegetation had in that movie. If only our plants here on the earth were able to glow… Well actually there are some! Most of them are mushrooms though such as the Tsukiyotake and the Jack o’Lanturn mushrooms. (I did not take either of these pictures, they are just referenced to let you see these amazing mushrooms) 🙂 Hope you enjoyed my picture as well as these other pictures!
Description: Ha! She probably won’t like that I posted this on here, but I just thought it was so incredibly beautiful! This is the eye of my fiancee and bride to be, Gabrielle. 🙂 I just love how much power is in her eyes, and how different they are from everyone elses 🙂 Also, I love how if you look closely enough you can see the sky and the trees and a building beyond the color of those gorgeous eyes. Let me know what you think! Hope you enjoy this picture. 🙂
Description: Well, here is a picture from a while ago! I took this picture with my iPad during the summer of last year and just found it again. Of course, this isn’t the natural color, but I love the bright and vibrant colors that this edit provides. 🙂 The name of this post actually comes from the old game of CandyLand (let me know if you know the game! :P) that I used to play with my great grandmother back when I was in grade school. It was always a fun time going over to her house to play that and also to play croquet, legos, and whatever else we could find in her closet of goodies. Ahh… Well enough reminiscing! I hope you enjoy this picture as much as I do! And maybe, just maybe, it will bring some old memories back to you as well. 🙂
Description: This is the third installment of the “Avatar State of Mind” series. I just love the colors of this photo and edit. For those of you who have not seen the other Avatar edits to photos, feel free to see them via the links below! 🙂 Hope you enjoy this image!
Below is something new that I am going to try. I am going to have a quote in each of my blog posts pertaining to something that is involved in the picture. 🙂 Hope you all enjoy this first installment of “Quotes”. 🙂
Quote: Here’s two of my favorite quotes from the Avatar movie that aired back in 2010!
Jake Sully: “Sometimes your whole life boils down to one insane move.”
Jake Sully: “The Sky People have sent us a message: that they can take whatever they want. That no one can stop them. Well, we will send them a message: that they cannot take whatever they want! And that this…this is our land!”