CEE’S WHICH WAY PHOTO CHALLENGE – Marilyn Armstrong

Cee’s Which Way Photo Challenge o4/17/2018


As I think – hope! – we are finally moving out of the end of winter slump into warmer days, perhaps this is a good time to show the roads of April. Good, not so great, and holy moly!

The invisible highway
Under the bridge on the Pike
And also, heavy traffic
Sweet sunset and home again

Author: Marilyn Armstrong

Writer, photography, blogger. Previously, technical writer. Retired! Yay!

25 thoughts on “CEE’S WHICH WAY PHOTO CHALLENGE – Marilyn Armstrong”

    1. Thank you. The filter really sharpened up the photograph which was very hard to see through the car window and falling snow. One of the nice things about filters is how they deal with problem of weather and can bring a picture out of what looks like a big white chunk of fog 🙂

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        1. Filters are part of editing. I have sets of them that do many different things. You can do the same things without filters, but it’s a lot more work. Flters streamline the process and save me hours of work. As it is, it can take me a week to process a couple of hours of shooting, so anything that makes it easier is great.

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          1. Oh. I am a bit thick sometimes. I use Corel PaintShop Pro and they are called “effects” which would be the same as filters I guess. The quickest way to edit is good.

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            1. I didn’t mind spending an hour on a picture when I took a dozen shots, but these days, with huge chips, a couple of hours of shooting and you’ve got a LOT of pictures. If I didn’t use filters — and yes, effects are filters, but not all filters are effects — I’d never get finished.

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            1. That depends on the rest of the summer. It gets dry here in May and sometimes, we get little or NO rain until the fall, so the water had to last quite a while. Summer rains were common in New York, but not New England. Summer here is hot, hazy, and humid. And buggy. VERY buggy. And very humid.

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