Wednesday, March 20, 2019

Wordless Wednesday – Using a Homeschool Class to Learn How to Edit Photos

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Our teen son is taking Image Editing and Creation at and for one of his assignments I asked him to choose from several photos and apply the different editing techniques he had learned to those photos. Here are the results for the photograph of the Abraham Lincoln bust.

Lincoln bust
Original photograph 


Lens Distortion 



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I have shared photographs in the past that our son has taken at Walt Disney World, of nature in our home state, and spring. In addition to sharing his photographs, I have also shared Wordless Wednesday posts of trips to historic sites and museums like Eckley Miners' Village Museum.

More About the Course 

Image Creation and Editing from is a 36-week long course that teaches students how to use GIMP (a free image editing software program). 


  1. Those are really neat! What a fun course. Thanks so much for sharing with us at the Virtual Refrigerator.

    1. Thank you. I love seeing what he creates when editing the photos.

  2. That looks like a good course. I'd been eyeing up the photography related courses for my daughter, but of course she hasn't had time to do any of them this year! Thanks for linking up with us!