I stopped in at the library to drop off a book and look for a replacement the other day. I now have an iPad and the ability to read downloaded books, even read them on my iPhone, but I still prefer the experience on holding a “real” book, turning “real” pages. While there, however, I took some time looking at magazines and found a comfortable chair to read a couple of articles. Do you get the sense that I was enjoying a leisurely afternoon?
Well, as I sat there, I had occasion to look up from my chair and was taken with the interesting flow of lines and intersecting angles. I had a camera with me (no surprise there) and so I made a few exposures “just in case”. I brought them into Snapseed and I rather like the result.
Panasonic Lumix G3 with 20mm f1.7 lens, processed in Photoshop CS4* and later in Snapseed on my iPad Air.
*I sometimes process the files on my desktop in Photoshop CS4 and then move the edited result to my iPad Air using Google Drive. Once there I may use Snapseed to make small global adjustments prior to uploading them to WordPress. It is liberating to not be tied to only one method of work; to be more spontaneous.