Returning to the Orton Effect series this particular leaf was found on an excursion to Red Oaks Nature Center in Madison Heights Michigan. Hope you are having a fantastic Friday! Be sure to give this post a like and if you enjoy my content please be sure to follow my blog!
While 13 Mile road is nowhere near as infamous as 8 mile, I’d like to think it has it’s charm all the same. Photos like the above tend to happen if I am awake during sunrise but happen to not be near a body of water. Do you think gas prices will go back downContinue reading “Photo Art Friday: Orton Effect No.5 Sunrise on 13 Mile”
Here are a couple of fun facts about Painted Turtles: When these turtle shed their shell as they grow, their skin resembles a burnt leaf A group of turtles is called a bale. Painted turtles bask in groups on logs, fallen trees, and objects that are found near the water. The exposure to the sunContinue reading “Photo Art Friday: Orton Effect No.4 Painted Turtle”
My mother said that she loved the color on this particular hydrangea plant. I have to say i agree with her. Hopefully you are enjoying your Friday! Be sure to hit the like button! It’ll help me out!
I seem to be on a bit of an Orton effect kick as of late. Originally the Orton Effect was achieved by sandwiching two pieces of film together. Since we live in the digital age it’s much easier to apply the effect to a photo. It’s a relatively easy technique to use but the mainContinue reading “Photo Art Friday: Orton Effect No.2 Butterfly Medallion”
This photo was made by using the Orton Effect. The Orton Effect is more often used more with nature landscape photos to give them a dream like quality but I went ahead and did an experiment with this seen from my commute in the morning.