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Photo by me, conversion to colorized ASCII art through my.asciiart.club/

one of our dvd shelves - couldn't resist doing it after seeing Jim's shelf www.flickr.com/photos/jimgroom/5901544356/

 

for the ds106 ds596 daily shoot too - linear

 

uploaded large to help reading

In honor of ds106 radio and thinking ahead to our session at Northern Voice 2011, this retro mic was suggested as a prop-- it is pretty much a plastic piece of junk- it does record audio, with noise, and it wont work at all streaming with Nicecast. But it does have a light on top.

Miles was my model for today's #ds106 dailyshoot, and I promise none of my children were harmed in the making of this static image.

 

#ds448

In honor of ds106 radio and thinking ahead to our session at Northern Voice 2011, this retro mic was suggested as a prop-- it is pretty much a plastic piece of junk- it does record audio, with noise, and it wont work at all streaming with Nicecast. But it does have a light on top.

Interesting blue eyes (and toothy smile) of this llama pup at the Fossil Creek Ranch

www.ranchatfossilcreek.com/

June 26, 2011

Make a monochrome photograph today. Keep in mind that monochrome doesn’t have to mean black and white.

Extra challenge in ds106

Can you find Ronald?

 

What’s Your Flag?

If you owned a country, what would your flag look like? Draw a flag for The Country of Me. ds106 dailycreate tdc1038

tdc.ds106.us/tdc1038/

 

To create this I used the Fresh Paint app for the background, a sailing ship from the app Little Artist and then I combined it all in Photoshop.

ds106 assignment "Junk Mail art" (tdc.ds106.us/tdc1165/)

Grab some junk mail and use it as the background for your art. Paint, colour over it, cut it up, make a collage, a storyboard. Recycle into art, damn it!

pretentious title, I know.

Hung Out to Dry

Draw a washing line… ds106 dailycreate tdc1026

tdc.ds106.us/tdc1026/

 

I used a pencil and marker to draw the cloth line. I added a white frame, because it did not look good with the black flickr background, which usually works good, but not here. I also did a little editing.

 

This is one of my daily creates for ds106 - daily.ds106.us/

I have added colorful squares to one of my images by using layer stiles and I edited the photo with a chrome filter.

I grew up with wheels on my feet... and I dabbled in a little speedskating. Didn't last long because the local team broke up. I wish they didn't, otherwise I'd still be doing it I bet.

 

This was shot for The Daily Shoot's daily challenge which was, "#ds106: During the Olympics, we saw many images of sports. Make your own photo of a sports activity, gear, or spirit today. "

  

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Averaging Concepts Using Flickr - Take a concept, one word, and plug it into Flickr and take the first 50 images and average them using Photoshop.

(formerly titled: BEST PICTURE EVER)

The Daily Create 24: Make a creative photo silhouette by aiming the camera into bright light

I shot this picture with my arms fully extended and the camera facing down so I wasn't able to see in the viewfinder. Amazingly, I got it almost perfectly centered! (it was only slightly cropped before processing)

 

UPDATE: This photo has been added to the The Daily Create TDC214 group (tdc.ds106.us/tdc214/) "Take a creative photo without aiming in the viewfinder".

 

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Every day in darkness I walk this path.

Daily Create #57: Reflections let us see an alternate world. Capture that world in a photo.

Daily Create 158: Take a picture that reminds you of your childhood.

This is a tree presenting myself dancing through life. The spirals are my (flexible) roots like culture, ethnic background, my body, going deep into earth grounding me. The discs are my ideas and creations, my hands and head(s), forming gestures with the legs and feet, spreading all of the sky.

  

Tree Me

ds106 dailycreate

tdc.ds106.us/tdc1140/

Draw yourself as a tree. Your roots could be visual descriptions of things that give you strength, while your leaves could be the things you’re trying to change.Or, to paraphrase Amy Fanghella, dare to create beyond the confines of this daily create!

 

The Digital Museum of Very Small Objects

 

April 10, 2014

  

Create an image of Very Small Object that is suitable for a new exhibit at the Museum of Very Small Objects.

A ds106 dailycreate.

 

DS106 Daily Create: Capture a photo in the golden hour- first hour past sunrise or last before sunset

Make a magical mosaic mask.

tdc.ds106.us/tdc1070/

 

I first drew the mask and when editing the photo of the drawing I applied some effects. Now it is neither digital nor analog.

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