He had a great life swimming in his tank.
He was fed every other day and had a ring side view of the comings and goings in the kitchen.
Fatty and his mate goggled at us all day.
And now his mate Freddy the Fish is all alone, looking out the tank, in lonely sorrow.
There’s going to be a funeral in the garden tomorrow morning before school.
Posted by PeopleMakePictures on April 23, 2014
15th April 2014
I have converted another digital colour image to monochrome, using basic methods in PSE10. And in case you didn’t notice, I like my black and white images, just so!
My treatment is dramatic.
This old barge was photographed down at Eastney Harbour, Portsmouth. It’s been there longer than I have been alive. And I bet it out lives me, too.
What do you think of the B&W conversion?
Posted by PeopleMakePictures on April 15, 2014
10th April 2014
A friend of mine asked if I would send him a copy of a digital colour image that I converted to monochrome using PSE10.
What do you think ?
Posted by PeopleMakePictures on April 10, 2014
5th April 2014
Preston Photographic Society have used my film monochrome images.
Web site http://www.prestonphotographicsociety.org
Posted by PeopleMakePictures on April 5, 2014
1st April 2014
Processed at Ilford Lab Direct UK.
Scanned prints and tweaked in PSE.
Posted by PeopleMakePictures on April 1, 2014