[su_box title=”Day Three: Experimental Photography And Image Handling For Bloggers.” style=”soft” box_color=”#5a889e” radius=”5″]Every Year Knitting & Crochet Blog Week tries to feature at least one day where photography takes a key role, because it has been proven many times that what captures reader’s attention for the first few seconds to hopefully hold them long enough to invest the time to read your words is your pictures, and so this topic crops up each year, but every year it yields such different results!
Refresh your skills at creating attention-grabbing pictures.
Much of the past few weeks has been given over to refining my Photoshop and Lightroom skills. What I have not been doing is any form of fibrecraft. No knitting, no spinning, no weaving, no nothing. What I should like to do today is to wow you with my latest FO photographs but there are no Finished Objects to share!
I had a plan well in place to provide the tale of a Yarn’s Progress, from the yarn’s perspective, today. Alas, there just has been no time and, more importantly, no tidy space in which to photograph the yarn’s eye view of the spinner at work etcetera. DIY carnage rules around here just now.
So, I have blobbed today. Kind of. You see, you are getting the benefit all week of my improved skills in image handling. You will find the results of my learning in almost every post that I have made or will make this week.
Are you going to let me off this hook? Please?
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