Dec 7, 2008

Bored to Productivity

There is a lot going on in my life right now. Well, not a lot, more like one big energy consuming thing. So I have been trying to clear my head so that I can think more clearly. Part of that involved spending a weekend alone. I know I watch too much tv, so I struggled to find things to fill my Sunday that were not television related. Eventually I found myself looking up how to do effects in Photoshop. (See if I am left alone and pushed to the point of absolute boredom, I become productive. Not sure why I can't just sit down and do something constructive in the first place, but whatever, call it a process.) For most of my friends what I am going to paste below is likely one of the most simple things you can do to make an image more interesting... BUT I just learned it and I think it's cool. Behold a product of my boredom:

(before) (after)

3 comments:

Letitia said...

First, did you increase the saturation on the photo or something more complicated? I do like the difference.

Second, in your profile you don't sound bored at all.

Third--and this is what attracted me to your blog--I really like your post about boredom and how it's productive but you have to go through a bit of discomfort to get the productive part.I like your degree of analysis. Cool.

Fourth, may I use this on my blog about boredom and in my book. If so, how would you like to be identified? See ThePowerOfBoredom.com

Letitia Sweitzer
ThePowerOfBoredom.com and www.boredomBOREDOMboredom.com and www.LetitiaLifeCoaching.com

nicole falk said...

:0)

yeay!

Genevieve said...

Awesome. See... I knew you had it in you to bring it back out. I think we should do a project together. You send me a pic of you, and I'll photoshop it into a pic of us, or I dunno... something. Thoughts? <3