My Christmas Tree ~ playing with Panasonic FZ150 settings and Photo Editing

I put my wee 4′ fake Christmas tree up last night (next year it’ll be a USFS cutting permit for a fir!)…and decided to play around with my new Panasonic Lumix FZ150’s settings.

The following photos were taken with the lights in the living room turned off and the Christmas tree’s lights on…no camera flash.

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Creative Control Mode – Sepia

Creative Control Mode – Pin Hole

Creative Control Mode – Miniature Effect

Scene Mode – Candlelight

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Now for the playing around in photo shop and the NEATEST photo editing app (I have it on my iPad…and just downloaded it onto my iMac at work) Pixlr-O-Matic.

Link for Pixlr-O-Matic.

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Miniature in pixlr-o-matic ~

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Sepia in Photoshop’s Artistic Dry Brush ~

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Candlelight in pixlr-o-matic ~

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Sepia in pixlr-o-matic ~

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The Candlelight through Photoshop’s Artistic Dry Brush ~

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Some of the ornaments…

The old German glass mushrooms were run through pixlr-o-matic (Peter, Bocea, and Trashy) ~

This one through pixlr-o-matic bubble and rounded ~

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The Glass Bulb had bubble, I think it’s Joshua, and dirt ~

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The beaded bell…I really can’t remember! LOL!

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I'm Michelle and live in Northern Nevada ~ beautiful mix of high desert and the Sierra. While I work at the University, I'd rather garden, cook, craft and make quilts. :)
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3 Responses to My Christmas Tree ~ playing with Panasonic FZ150 settings and Photo Editing

  1. April says:

    So fun! Fifth one down is my favorite. :D

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