I was floored when I saw this video. Who knew that you could do this with an iPad!
This video is just shy of 4 minutes. You’ll be amazed!
Painted by Kyle Lambert http://www.kylelambert.co.uk
The world’s most realistic finger painting.Using only a finger, an iPad Air and the app Procreate, artist Kyle Lambert has painted a photorealistic portrait of actor Morgan Freeman.
Original Photograph Taken by Scott Gries
This morning I walked my dogs around 8:30. I couldn’t help notice the frost glittering from the sun. I had to run inside and grab my camera before the frost melted.
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Thanksgivukkah- Thanksgiving and Chanukah share the same day.
My brother had knee replacement surgery a few weeks ago. I pass an old dam on the way to his house. I wanted to take some pictures, but for some reason was detained.
Finally took some the other night.
I’m a fan of the black and white…you?
Once again Minted.com is having a contest. I have submitted 10 photographs.
Please VOTE for ME. Click on the picture, or the minted.com link. Then scroll down
to the G’s. Find my name, Gail Schechter. All my pictures will be grouped together.
Hover over the rate this, and click on 5. Also, click on I’d buy it
Last year with your help, 2 of my submissions were picked and one was actually purchased!!
I really appreciate your support!
There is something about covered bridges. Every time I go by one, I have to take their picture.
I especially loved the red flecks in the small waterfall from the Taftsville Bridge.
You can click on any picture to see it full size.
We were in New Hampshire visiting my son 11 days ago, the leaves on the trees were vibrant and abundant.
Here is what it looks like 11 days later. Still beautiful, just not as colorful.
What does one, with a camera, do when they are waiting?
Takes pictures of what is right in front of them.
These were taken Friday morning.
Last Friday the Boston Celtics held an open practice for ticket holders. I was fortunate to be able to attend and see all the players up CLOSE.
I had a good seat, and I had my camera. My husband took this picture of me, and I made a 3 fps time-lapse movie with all my pictures.
CLICK to WATCH movie