I wanted to call this “Stairway to Heaven” but it was a tad over dramatic and my friends might go “What?” So, “Layers” it is.
I created Layers using Photoscape, which is a free photo editing software. It was so much fan using different filters such as distort, cellophane, newsprint and glasstile, to create the different designs below.
Layers, created using Newsprint Filter
Layers, created using Distort Zoom-Blur Filter
Layers, created using Distort Wave Filter
Layers, created using Distort Swirl Filter
Layers, created using Cellophane Filter
Layers, created using Double-faced Glasstile Filter
This digital art was created using free online photo editors. I wanted to call it “Townhouses in a quiet neighborhood with trees in the background on a slightly cloudy day.” But, I thought it was a tad too long. So, I called it “Townhouses” instead.
Photography is such a fulfilling hobby for me. Although I don’t travel much these days, I love walking around my neighborhood taking pictures. I don’t care if I don’t have a big professional camera… those are expensive and I can’t afford them. My little Nikon Coolpix digital is good enough for me. It takes amazing pictures and it is simple for anyone to use.
But there are a few times… ok, many times… that pictures just don’t come out right. That’s why my new BFF is my photo editor. I use PhotoScape, which is free and so easy to use. There are a number of free online photo editors and they are all good. You can have your pick.
See the photo above with borders? Doesn’t it look like a painting? Thanks to my new BFF, it does. The picture below is the original one, taken in St. Pete, Florida at dusk.