No, this isn’t an answer from Johnny Carson’s “Carnac the Magnificent.” It is what you get when you combine these three items together. A photographer captured a photo of President Obama having some fun with a toy light saber (…as opposed to a real light saber?) and some young boys and uploaded on the internet. Well, what do you think is going to happen? Here are some of the better Shop-Jobs…. FYI, the last one is my favorite. More…
This is just completely and entirely WEIRD!
Although I do know a few people I wish had zippers for mouths….
Source: Only HD Wallpapers
Photo I took of Seattle from the top of the Space Needle. This was taken a few years ago with a point-and-shoot pocket camera. I applied a tilt-shift photography affect with Photoshop to give it the look of being a miniature model. The ship in the Puget is where I think you can best see the tilt-shift affect.
The tilt-shift shows best when you click on the image to view in full size.
Photo credit: Me
No yard work….
Photo credit: Unknown
Proudly displaying a new set of dentures.
Photo credit: ©David J Slater
Sounds like political satire, right? Not in this case. I know many people are anti-Facebook for several reasons. But I have found Facebook to be beneficial, especially with keeping up in the news. I am careful as to who I friend and not afraid to “unfriend” someone if their main purpose is to be an asshole. But I love it as a one-stop source for my news. I “Like” many legitimate pages, and last night, this first image below, created by Tracy Knauss, came across Keith Olbermann’s page.
Yesterday, Don in Massachusetts posted a political cartoon which shows Dana Carvey’s “Church Lady” character on TV, and the TV viewer in the cartoon thought he was watching Rick Santorum. Well… I thought I would take this one step further in Photoshop….
I present to you, Rick Santorum as the Church Lady from Saturday Night Live:
The reason for posting this photo manipulation I did in Photoshop well over a year ago ago is due to a conversation I just had with Chris with Word Play. Like all bloggers go through, he had a post that just didn’t draw a lot of attention. It as a great post, Deal With The Devil, but just kinda went “over like the proverbial lead balloon”, as Chris said. More…
Having some more fun with my graphics tablet in Photoshop. Here is a dog piloting a Sopwith Camel, which was a British First World War single-seat biplane fighter introduced on the Western Front in 1917.
I started out with just the dog. Added the goggles and scarf, then tucked him? her? away in the plane all ready for take-off! More…
From Worth1000 website. About Worth1000:
“Worth1000 is the top creative contest site in the world. Every day we run lots of creative competitions of all types, including Effects contests (otherwise known as photochop or photoshop contests), photography contests, illustration contests, writing contests and more forms of multimedia. Companies can even use our contests for logo design! Browse through thousands of our stunning original entries or consider entering a contest and ask yourself what many have asked before you: Are you worthy?” More…
Just under two months ago, I purchased my first “real” camera… a Canon Rebel T2i. Oh, how I love this camera! I have always been passionate about photography and finally decided to make the move and invest in something more than a “point and shoot” auto-focus pocket-style camera. I am so glad I did… no regrets here. When looking back at my childhood, I have to laugh… whenever my mother would take the camera film in to be developed, I would always get in trouble. You see, when she picked up the photos, the entire roll would typically be pictures of our dogs and cats – which were my favorite subjects when I would sneak the camera out of the cupboard. More…