Waking up by coughing and a sore throat is not a favourite of mine and I really hope it will disappear faster then I can say shutterspeed. Especially since there is a long weekend coming up and I have plans!
Anyhow (do you say anyhow or anywho? I have seen both I think). Outside it might look nice from the inside but it is windy, cloudy and the temperature is not 20 anymore.
Time to meet this day in my new dot sweater! (The shoes are a bit too cold though. Summer come back!)
Yesterday I went to visit a friend who lives out amongs those fields that are shown below. It truly was a beautiful day and we started it with some yummie lunch and then we were out walking for quite some time. I am not so sure how fun I am to walk with though when I have both camera and tripod with me lol.
So many shades of blue and the tones on the sky changed a lot.
We also found this little shop that showed up from nowhere. We sat down with ice cream and soda. Funny thing when I was paying the cashier said that she would take only 10 SEK for the soda “because it is either passed expiry date or will be very soon”. Well you have to admire the honesty there!
When my friend drove me back to the train station we ended up behind this cool car! They were driving super slow which made my personal driver kind of annoyed (since we were in a hurry), while I was just “Oh this is so pretty! Need to take some pics!”.
Lovely day in every way!
You may say I’m a dreamer, but I’m not the only one. John Lennon
Making a photo pop in only black in white is fantastic when successful, but that is far from always the case. Choosing only one or a couple of colours to remain in the picture is one of my favourite ways to edit. It gives so much to the picture, and can brighten up even a photo that was pretty dull to start with.
I just edited this picture of my cat Mila. The editing in Photoshop (CS5) took me no more than 15 minutes. If you want to try it I think the video below shows the process well. It is only two minutes long and it is so easy!