March 2022 SOLC–Day 14
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I don’t consider myself a misanthrope, but I much, much, much prefer my scenery without people in it. I’ve been known to grumble
a bit a lot when other wanderers move into my scene and then have the audacity to LINGER there and enjoy the view. The nerve!
At any rate, this morning I was looking over a couple of photos I’d recently taken. On this particular day, I’d adjusted my view to avoid
some people who inconsiderately got in the way my husband and daughter, but because of that, many of the images felt chopped off. I finally settled on the one I liked the most, but it still had a figure in it. The figure (aka my husband) was far off in the distance and I honestly couldn’t decide if this might be one of the rare times that a person enhanced the photo.
So I decided to play around with the image a bit. I clicked on Edit, then scrolled down to Retouch. I adjust the size, fiddled around with some things and then clicked on my husband…
and he disappeared.
Oh! That felt so odd. Poof! And he was gone.
Better picture or not, I really didn’t like that.
Phew! There he is again. Ok, that feels better.
But honestly, which picture do you prefer?