Save time in an image…

If I could save time in a bottle… 10 seconds were enough to save this time in an image.
Already pretty cold in the morning. Fog is slowly creeping through the landscape. I guess autumn is coming. Hurra. The “green” time is over.
It is time to take the dust of my gear, get my rucksack and head out of the door. Catching time.

Happy days. Reinhold

Don’t believe what you see…

Revised version after comments

Added more sky on Photoshop to the top image. More breathing space for the poles.
Stopped letters “Area 51” from fighting against the poles. Added “51” to the sign in the bottom left corner.
Now the UFO is flying towards the car.
Added a little bit of blurred, red color to the breaking lights of the car.
Added a bit of fog/smoke around the space ship.
Cleaned the image up from distracting objects.
The road starts as a leading line in the bottom right corner.
Changed the font of the quote.
Changed the crop to 5:4.

You can find the “old” version at the end of the post.

Special thanks to Sherry and Vicki for their comments.

I created 2 versions of this poster. Which one do you like best?

Have a great weekend and happy days. Reinhold

Old version of the landscape format

Who comes first?

Na.. Fu.. ture first

As landscape lovers that should not be a difficult question to answer. Nature and therefor our future has to come first. No country and no single person. And definitely not me. We avoid plastic where we can, we save water where we can and many other things which should be obvious to a human being. And we enjoy nature. And we try to infect people around us to do the same. Hope you like my poster design from today.

You can download the poster mockup (Photoshop) here: https://medialoot.com/item/free-a3-poster-mockup/

Happy days. Reinhold

A free gallery mockup

Just finished creating a gallery mockup in Photoshop.

Dimensions of psd.file: 5000 x 4000px
72 dpi
RGB – 8 Bit

You have 4 walls to choose from.

1 smart object (red)
just click on it
create a new layer on top
fill this layer with your poster (embedded)
save
and you are good to go!
Export your poster as .png in with your dimensions.

File Size: 396,6 MB (sorry for the size)

Location: my Google Drive

https://drive.google.com/open?id=18MIIqZMWba_mVcpJLnbLCSAMu7YvBSKr

Save the date!

Poster design… my way to combine photography, design elements, fonts and quotes. These posters can be used as home decoration, for events, important dates to remember and for marketing purposes.

In this case: Whale day, February 15, 2K20.  It has been observed the third Saturday in February since 1980. Get involved!