And Then There Were Three
ascribe human features or attribute human form, shape or behaviour
to a god, animal or inanimate object
Say hello to the rusty guys- buddies from the neighborhood who hang together on a daily basis, just passing the time, swapping stories of their youth, the ones they have told a hundred times. The jokes are always the same but they laugh anyway because its all about the conversation, the shared past, the friendship. About the young men they once were. The dreams they shared. The disappointments. The joys. The heartaches. They may look a little worse for wear but they are still the same inside. Where it counts.
One of photography’s greatest gifts is that you see the world differently. And sometimes, that means creating characters with human attributes from what I see around me. To bring a certain whimsy, a sense of humor to the act of image-making. To create a story and engage the viewer in the fun. To bring a smile, a recognition of a shared punchline.
Texture Tuesday Theme: The number 3
For this week’s creation, it was all about enhancing the rusty textures and really bringing out the urban beauty of this image.
Ran my Pencil Sketch action to bring out the edges. Color Burn blend mode, 50% opacity
LoveinLayers Texture, Linear Burn blend mode, 100% opacity
LoveinLayers Texture, Linear Burn blend mode, 20% opacity
Levels adjustment to heighten the contrast