Every January, Canary Wharf plays host to a whole bunch of interactive light installations. This is usually the time that my good friend Angelina comes back to London after spending Christmas and New Years in her motherland country, so we tend to brave the cold together and head over to canary wharf to enjoy installations, but more importantly - it's the perfect opportunity for us to take some cute pics together!
Our favourite was Submergence by Squidsoup (we took over 300 photos)... and it was obvious that this was a popular installation this year as there were so many people in the midst of it all, I don't blame them for falling in love with this mesmerising display but I do blame them for getting in my shot!
Don't lie, we've all been there where we take a bunch of photos, finally find one we're happy with and there's an annoying random head poking over yours. Most normal people would just del with it or chose a different photo but not me, I like to fulfil my photoshop cravings and get rid of them. Can you spot the difference in the photos below?
Watch the video you're interested in watching the process.
Of course this was all just a bit of fun and I definitely do not have the time to do this to ALL of my photos! I hope you enjoy this post and found it interesting or insightful.
It's truly amazing what can be done with a bit of photoshop - don't believe everything you see!