i took this photo from on my binder. i made the boarders of this picture darker then the middle and focused on the part of the picture where the two circles connect. this is a macro photo.
i took this photo on the side of a sign so that there are no words on the photo which also makes it a macro photo. i darkened the outsides of this photo and blurred it a little bit.
i took this photo on a fence and made it macro. i focused on the loopy part, i made it blurry and darkened the loopy part.
i accidentally took this photo where the long grass is. when i was editing this photo i blurred the outsides a little bit and darkened some of the bottom part.
i took this photo from on a sign in Mr. Walters classroom. when i was editing this photo i was thinking of making it dark and so i darkened the edges of the photo. i also put a filter on this photo and it is called avenue ( i think ). i blurred the parts of the photo where i darkened it. i focused the middle part and made it lighter.
when i was editing this photo i thought that i would just do random things to it and see how it would turn out to look like. i used the filter called avenue and focused on the middle of the photo. i also made the sharpness a bit higher, blurred the edges, i brought the lighting up and used the splash thing so i only had color in some spots.
i took this photo off of a painting. when i was editing this picture i thought of he dream thing. i used the avenue filter ( again ), and blurred the whole thing. i also used this photo for the very first slide thing.
i took this photo as a water photo at the water fountain. when i was editing this photo i lightened up the middle part and darkened the outside edges. i also used filter and blurred the edges.
i took this photo from on a painting. i put a filter on this photo and blurred it. i tried to make it like a dream but it didn't workout as well as i thought it would.
i took this photo from on the cafeteria door. i darkened the bottom half and lightened the top half of this photo. i sharpened it a bit and