Tuesday, 1 July 2008

Lace and the Citrus Garden

Photography Tip for the Day

Photograph your garden
in soft focus
and then you can enjoy the flowers
but the weeds disappear.

Tomorrow: how to make ironing vanish.

16 comments:

peppermintpatcher said...

Soft focus is the cure to many ills!

fifi said...

Hahahah!

What a clever trick.

When I look at the sky, the washing disappears. Its a splendid tactic.

blackbird said...

This is what you come up with when you are terribly busy?

Busy = funny.

kristina said...

Brilliant idea--I shall try this on the allotment! Or I suppose I could just take my glasses off for a similar effect... K x

anne bebbington said...

This smells of a best selling book methinks - do you suppose the same principle applies with wrinkles and the mirror? :o)

dottycookie said...

Ah! I knew I was doing something right. I always get the soft focus look, but that's because my photography skills are non-existent ... Yours are lovely, sigh.

Gina said...

The beauty of soft focus! Works with wrinkles too!

Dragonfly said...

My favourite setting!
Your garden looks lovely, even with soft focus.

pebbledash said...

Beautiful! Life is often better when viewed through a soft focus...it takes off the sharp edges we experience from time to time.

Lucy :: Attic24 said...

Inspired. Drinking a jug or two of Pimms has the same effect.
:o)x

the flour loft said...

brilliant! x

Liz said...

Drowning in a sea of laundry so can't wait for tomorrow's post!

Ali said...

Mental note to tune in tomorrow. At the moment I'm just locking it in the spare room and hoping it doesn't breed.

Anonymous said...

does the Harry Potter cloak of invisibility play any part in tomorrow's proceedings ?

Dani said...

If I take off my glasses, my wrinkles aren't as noticeable. My eyes have a built-in soft focus. ;)

Waiting for tomorrow's disappearing ironing trick...

readersguide said...

These tips are very helpful ....