(I know; I'm immature.)
Visiting the pandas. They were still sleeping.
Adam loves the polar bears.
And I love the Skyfari (even though it messes up my hair). One less time pushing a stroller up a big Balboa Park hill? Yes, please.
While I was facebook stalking one of my friends from college, I saw that she recommended this site and I thought I'd share it with you guys. It's http://tiltshiftmaker.com/ and it transforms your landscape photography to look like a miniature model. Lemme esplain with pictures.
Here's a photo Tom took while he was in Scotland/Norway (I'm not really sure which).
And here's the same photo after being tweaked with Tilt Shift Maker:
Look- it's little mini Scotland/Norway! You know, it's pretty sad that I can't tell the difference between those two countries in a photo; you would think they'd be pretty distinct from each other. I'm going with Scotland on this picture.
It works best on photos where there are multiple things to look at (I'm not a photographer, I don't know all the terms I'm sure there are for this stuff), instead of one focal point.
I'm thinking about carving pumpkins this week. Any good suggestions?