Hive Stock Images: Paper Notes With Texts
I've been browsing through my photo folders, first of all to clean the hard drives on my computer, delete stuff so that I would get more space to fill it again, but also to find something that begins with the letters J, K, U, V, Q, X, Y, Z for Stock Images. And although I at first thought that this would be really easy as there are so many things that for instance start with the letter K like kissa, kivi, kirkko (cat, rock, church) I soon realized that I should work on my English thinking part of the brain more.
But don't worry, some day I will fill the internet, especially Hive with the pictures of my cats. Past and present. But not today.
I did find few vase, key and kettlebell photos but to my surprise the absence of things that start with the letters mentioned above was really tangible. Or non tangible as I got such poor results. And the sad fact is that I simply can not take any new photos right now. No more room for new ones. So although I do have keys in my pocket, juice and yogurt in my fridge and a xylophone in my closet, I can't take photos of those.
Now that I've revealed what I keep in my closet you just have to reveal your darkest secrets. What secrets do you hide? A birdcage even though you have never had any birds? Barbie and Ken shrine? Come on, confess!
The post-processing of the photos (if the photos pass my criteria to be published) I found that start with the letters needed, takes a while and as I'm already late for the competition, I'm in no immediate hurry to get the photos published. I'm aiming to publish something within a week or perhaps right after the weekend, but we'll see, we'll see. I definitely have to clean up my computer first, at least a little bit and then start with the JKUVQXYZ photos.
But as I was cleaning I found something that I should have posted to Stock Images community long time ago. And the photos were already post-processed. My paper notes! Notes with texts!
I have no idea why I haven't done this before. I reduced the photos to 3000x2000 px size as I thought that that's enough for web use. And as there are so many photos (33), it's better that the file size is a bit smaller than the original.
So here you go Hive users! You can use them in Hive and credit me, @insaneworks. If you are not familiar with Hive Stock Images, please read this first: https://peakd.com/hive-118554/@hive-118554/about-stock-images-and-important-information-please-read-first.
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