After thinking a long time about what i want to make my story i had the idea to take pics of our huge garbage place and then show that people make out Art of what they find there. I wanted to focus on something positive and not showing just how bad we are in destroying he nature. Our place is very chaotic but i found the this actually makes people much more creative. When i went around with my camera (i used my google pixel 3 that makes great photos with light room) i found that i even did never see how many artworks are in the kibbutz from garbage! I really enjoyed to see and be more aware so this reportage was a good information also new to me. All artworks i took pics are placed outside in our desert nature. Of course people use it also inside!
When creating the spark journal after using a pixabay image i used one i took from the art here that is a little funny . A friend of mine did it for me because i have mice in my house many time and i am addicted to CC and the Internet. So he put a computer mouse in a Mousetrap.... And i decided to go on the same subject for the second class and titles my Spark according to this.
To get all the pics into Lightroom on the PC took hours.... I was afraid they are lost but they are just being imported very slowly. I liked the option of the contact sheet and made two one for Portrait images one for Landscape in order to see them all from top to bottom. I did not make a lot of changes because i just will adjust the ones i take and keep the Rest original in order to use some for the black and white. i added a little shadow and a background from an pattern. I need to say that it took me some time to get a grid and to find the align tool and i ended up to place the images in shapes. I choose the most art looking ones the flower on the right is with sun collectors and in the night it does lighten in colors!
I want to tell the story how art came out of garbage there is so many artworks so it was hard to decide what to use. In the bottom i added the garbage place as panorama that i made in Photoshop from many images i took of it. I am glad Melissa encouraged me to take my pics alone and not use some i can get it was a great eye opening experience also to see how good the image quality on my new Pixel 3 phone is and also to discover many art works i never really saw!