Saturday, January 7, 2012

Beginnings/Unfinished




Together, Aidan & I built a wooden racing car. He read the instructions, his little brother handed me the parts, and I wielded the screwdriver.

Camera: iPhone 4s. Processing: Dynamic Light, PhotoToaster, TiltShift Generator

17 comments:

  1. I love projects too! He is so cute! I look forward to building things with my son. I really like the processing too!

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  2. You actually read the instructions from the beginning! That's truly impressive, great teamwork.

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  3. It may be just me, but I cant see the image and no matter what I do I cant get it to open

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  4. I'm not sure what happened there, but the image seems to have disappeared overnight. I fixed it.

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  5. Lol. Is that one of those "trick" photos like the emails I get--that say only a certain few people can see the image? I can see it, and I really like it. The processing is just perfect! Great Job!

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  6. What an expression...he looks really into it...love the artistic processing...this everyday scene could be a print!

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  7. Love that intent look on his face. The processing gives it an old-timey feel - kind of Norman Rockwell-esque

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  8. Love your vantage point with everything laid out in front of him....emphasizes the complexity of the task for me....just in case his expression didn't! Nice processing!

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  9. Love the intent look and the Rockwell processing.

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  10. Great image for the theme Bobbie!

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  11. The photo is outstanding and the process you chose is perfection.

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  12. It's a great experience for all of you!

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  13. love the processing on this image - a timeless shot - deserves framing :-)

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  14. I love the intent look too. What a fun project for the three of you. Nice to get them reading the instructions early.

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  15. Certainly has the feel of a photo ad from an old magazine. Love his expression and your processing.

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