Tilting Perspective
Photo-A-Day #1518

I had a dentist appointment today and when I was walking by my neighbors house I noticed these roses hanging over onto the brick wall. I came back later in the day and tried a few shots. I looked through the images and decided that I wanted to crop one a little differently. I liked the more angular look of the groove of cement between the bricks. I’ve tried titling the crop before on other versions of PhotoShop Elements. It works great with Elements 7.

Sand Table

After work I took Eva out to the back yard so she could play. I changed a few of my camera settings and tried a few shots in black and white. I’d probably not do that too often but rather change my images to Black and White in post production, but it is cool seeing the image right away on the LCD screen.


My sister Tara’s dog Taylor was out back with us and we played ball with her. She’s a photogenic dog even if she isn’t facing you.

If you missed it, Allison, Eva and I are walking in the Relay for Life and we are looking for help in the form of donations, tweets and blog posts. In return I’ll post up tweets, blog posts and reviews. Plus you’ll have our thanks and the thanks of all those who are dealing with Cancer.

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6 Responses to “Tilting Perspective”

  1. Becky says:

    Great pics! Peonies are one of my absolute favorite flowers and they look great on the brick wall. If only they could stay in bloom forever 🙂

  2. Drew says:

    Oh, they are not roses. Well, at least I know what peonies are now when I read Pinkalicious to Eva. 🙂

  3. MLDina says:

    You always have such great perspective in your photos. They have just the right angle to make something as simple as a flower or a dog in a yard unique and artsy, it’s great!

    Glad you guys will be participating in Relay for Life, too. It’s a great cause- do you have a message Twitter ready?

  4. Drew says:

    Do I have a message twitter ready, who do you think you are reading Dina. 🙂

    I have two and they can be found on this post. http://www.benspark.com/relay-for-life-fundraising.html

    Thanks for the compliments on my photos. too.

  5. mathdelane says:

    I’m a photo enthusiast too though I don’t have much time to do it outdoors or even afford to blog about it (since I already have two blogs, my tech blog demands most of my time) but the black and white photo is very attractive, cool shot and simple.

    mathdelanes last blog post..Adobe BrowserLab: A powerful online tool for cross-browser compatibility testing

  6. Drew says:

    I hope you get the chance to take the time to take more photos since it can be very rewarding.

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