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 Distort Zoom-Blur 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.