"This is parkour. Internet sensation of 2004. And it was in one of the Bond films. It’s pretty impressive. The goal is to get from point A to point B as creatively as possible so technically they are doing parkour, as long as point A is delusion and point B is the hospital."
Ever wonder what happens to all those neon signs that line the Las Vegas Strip when they’re taken down? They end up at the Neon Museum! The Neon Museum is a non-profit in Las Vegas dedicating to preserving Las Vegas’s iconic art form, and it’s a must-visit spot for great Instagram photos!
Ok folks keep in mind that I created this ppt on my MacBook. The settings that I used for the presentation such as font, color, background and even music timing are different on the uploaded version than the one that I am sending in. Im disappointed that Mac isn’t supported on this site. So basically my presentation doesn’t really look like this and I like the version I have much better. Sorry. :(
On the first photogram, I used the layering option to combine two separate photograms that I had completed. I had used a bouquet of flowers, rolling it along the scanner as it scanned creating a continuous effect and then I inverted it. I layered it with a photogram of some jewelry creating the finished picture.
The second photogram is simply a scan of a decorative metal basket using the stylize filter and then an overlay of the previously mentioned bouquet.
The third is my hand holding the same bouquet, inverted and then posterized for a pop art effect.
In the first photo, as you can see, I was braving a snow storm. It was the first snowy day of 2012, and really the winter season here in Indiana. I thought what a great opportunity for something out of the ordinary.
In the second photo I was “Jeeping” around the neighborhood. I love taking natural light photography and enjoy spending time with my husband (it’s his Jeep). I had never used a reflective surface before so this was a new experience for me. I also used Photoshop to give the photo some effect. In this case “watercolor”.