So The Daily Create number tdc727 said to take a silhouette and make it fancy! Like using an app to “app it up” so that it was more special.
This was a fun create for me because my silhouette is very distinctive (I think so) and so it was easy to work with to make it even more better by using an app on it. The app that I used is an app that was already on my phone called FX Photo Studio, and I used some different settings to make different versions of my picture that each told a different story.
So my first, original picture that I used for all the others was this one:
“Saying Goodnight” by iamtalkytina, on Flickr
Next, I made it blurry like maybe if they were falling asleep or drowsy when I came to the door to say goodnight.
“Are You Still Awake?” by iamtalkytina, on Flickr
Then, I made one where it was like I was in an old Noir Film and I was a Fatal Femme coming late in the dark of night.
“Noir Goodnight” by iamtalkytina, on Flickr
In another one, it was like I was making the house warmer for them. This one is my favourite.
“I Hope You Are Warm Enough” by iamtalkytina, on Flickr
In another one, it was like I was making it REALLY warm for them. Plus, in case they didn’t come out of their bedroom or didn’t have any stairs if they slept on the main floor then this would be an option.
“Extra Warm?” by iamtalkytina, on Flickr
Then, I gave them a goodnight kiss.
“Bedtime Kiss” by iamtalkytina, on Flickr
Then, I made one in case they were dreaming of me coming while they were sleeping.
“Seeing Red” by iamtalkytina, on Flickr
I hope that you like how I made all these different versions from just one picture and how each one tells a better story because I used the “app it up” idea from The Daily Create. All of these choices and more are available to you when you use the special app that I did called FX Photo Studio on my iPhone.
It is probably why in movies if you use special effects you can make it more exciting than if you just said in words that they were having a certain feeling because of something. So a picture that had an “app it up” is worth more than just a thousand thousand words. Maybe it is worth two thousand. See?