Friendly Friday Photo Challenge – Two ways.

Amanda hosts this weeks Friendly Friday Photo Challenge

https://forestwoodfolkart.wordpress.com/2020/11/06/friendly-friday-photo-challenge-two-ways/

She says: For the photo challenge this Friday, I am asking you to show the Friendly Friday community one or two photographs presented “Two Ways.” That is the same photo or the same environment presented in two different ways, or at two different times.

Dawie, original photo
Dawie, photo saved as pencil sketch.

This is Dawie, our little medium Yorkshire terrier. He is still a baby, only 9 weeks old, but the cutie factor makes people stop and stare and start to talk. Especially if he walks with his human dad, a big man – 6″2.

Published by appeltjie

Ek is 'n mamma, 'n juffrou, 'n geliefde. Om woorde te gebruik om kreatief te wees, is 'n nuutjie. Maar wat 'n fees.

One thought on “Friendly Friday Photo Challenge – Two ways.

  1. Sweet little buddy. Glad you enjoyed doing this. Try the following to put them next to each other.
    To access the media compare feature: Find the + sign on the taskbar. Under blocks, scroll down to find all media blocks, and select ‘Media> image compare,’ or search for ‘image compare.’

    Upload the two photos as prompted and use the slider to see the changes.

    In the individual block settings on the right sidebar, you can choose for the slider to go from side to side or top to bottom. This feature works brilliantly if you have photos the same size but still can be effective, if they are not quite exact, or, if you want to reveal a before and after.

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