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A Bird in the Bush

This week one of my friends in Indiana has been posting her photos of butterflies and flowers on Facebook. This made me miss being able to hold my camera more but I love getting to see her photos. The other day while I was at the kitchen sink I noticed little birds landing in the bush right outside the window. So I snuck Lloyd’s Canon Rebel T1i camera which has the heavier Sigma lens on it and took a few shots. These birds are fast, but I had a few come out great. So here is the photo of the bird in the bush.

Photo of a bird in the bush 

A bird in the bush.

I was in an artsy mood so I used Google Picasa to adjust the photo. Then I used Adobe Photoshop to re-size the photo and add the geekgoodgirl.com watermark.

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This post is part of my 2012 RA Twist on Project 365. Please help support Rheumatoid Patient Foundation by making a donation today.

Teddy’s Adventures – Episode 2 3D

Yesterday I created my first animated video out of photos I took with my Canon Rebel T1i.  Teddy’s Adventures – Episode 1 The Beginning was my first episode. Today I took that episode and made it 3D.

Now I feel the need to shop for some more toys. I wonder if we have any from trade shows laying around waiting to be used.

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This post is part of my 2012 RA Twist on Project 365. Please help support Rheumatoid Patient Foundation by making a donation today.  Age is not a factor in Rheumatoid Arthritis, children live their whole life with this disease,  learn more about Rheumatoid Autoimmune Disease (also called Rheumatoid Arthritis or RA).

Teddy’s Adventures – Episode 1 The Beginning

My first animated cartoon. I spent most of my day shuffling through paper and organizing so I can have a successful week getting my work done. Happy with my results for today I decided it was time to start on my post. I have been wanting to check out new software I have on my laptop called Corel VideoStudio Pro X4. I had noticed in the thick book that came with it that it could animate photos. So I have been wanting to play for weeks and thought today is the day I get to check out this new toy (well for me it seems like a toy).

So I started looking around for a little bear my boyfriend and I received in Ireland from a girl that welcomed us upon our arrival. I asked Lloyd if he had seen it and we both starting looking around. I could not find it but kept searching. Finally I found him hiding in the corner of the kitchen. I also found he met a friend that was even smaller then him, so he came out to play as well!

Since I was still having thoughts about the creation of a pain scale for Rheumatoid Arthritis patients, I felt the teddy bears could represent children talking. Maybe discussing their lifestyle differences. One bear with JRA (Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis) and the other could be the healthy child.

 

Maybe I can add voice overs or do a 3D version for his next episode.

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This post is part of my 2012 RA Twist on Project 365. Please help support Rheumatoid Patient Foundation by making a donation today. Age is not a factor in Rheumatoid Arthritis, children live their whole life with this disease, learn more about Rheumatoid Autoimmune Disease (also called Rheumatoid Arthritis or RA).

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