I can still use Photoshop for my creativity

As some of you will know I am recovering from an operation to my shoulder which is restricting my photography somewhat.

Last week I spent a lot of time reading the news and researching ideas. Then I re-read a Photoshop book that I have and thought, "I may not be able to use my camera at the moment but I can have a go at creating something in PS"

I decided to create something simple that reflects the current state in the UK regarding the government's Digital Economy Bill and the feelings of every photographer in the UK and possibly the entire planet!

I am delighted to say that my image was accepted and put online. Even if it's not a big seller I am happy that more people will be made aware of the plight of us in the UK and help us to stop the government forcing this ludicrous bill through the House of Lords.

This is the image

This is a link to the site that is campaigning for our rights if anybody wants to find out more

http://www.stop43.org.uk/

Thanks for reading, hopefully we will all still be here doing what we do, with our rights intact for many years to come.

All the best

Alan (Chunshine)

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Jeniicorv8

Very creative! I bet this is going to be a bestseller in your PF.

I've been playing with Photoshop myself tonight and submitted a couple of... well, I don't know what to call them just yet but if they get approved I'll post them.

Take care.

Chunshine

Thanks for your best wishes and get wells, and thank you Tan for the heads up about the vectors I will certainly look more into this :o)

Tan510jomast

perharps now's the time to do vectors, as they sell more than photographs ;)

Mariaam

Hi Alan,

A nice image with a good concept! Wish you many sales. Get well soon!

Trottola

First of all, my best wishes for your shoulder! Nice image, I think Photoshop can be a good sostitute of your camera by now ;)

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