OK. So I'm a sucker for photo processing apps on the iPad and can't resist it when one goes free for a short while. This time it was Blender. Very simple to use. Load two photos from the Camera Roll, or use the iPad's camera to take a photo or two. Adjust the ratio of how much they blend. Save the end result to the Camera Roll or another app. It is possible to mask a part of a photo so only that bit blends. I didn't find that easy to use. Maybe need to practice more.
The process doesn't suit all subjects, not by a long way, but can produce some interesting arty results. Disappointing that the resulting resolution isn't very high.
All in all, if a couple of Damian Hirst dotty pictures are supposedly worth £30,000+ then the results from this app should be worth well in to six figures.
By yesterday morning her posh, neat elastic leg bandage had degenerated to look like a Nora Batty stocking and was irritating her so I took it off. She was already booked in with the vet for later in the morning to have it removed anyway. Once examined the vet said things were healing well so, as long as I can control the cat chasing antics of my 50mph bull in a china shop, all should be well.
(For those not familiar with Nora Batty, she was a character in a BBC TV comedy series, Last of the Summer Wine, whose stockings were always wrinkled and looked as though they were creeping down her legs.)
January 19, 2018 - Layers
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