This is a writing assignment I had to do in the Blogging 101 Course I was taking. We were to choose between a number of options on various blogs that were pro-active activities. I chose to do a fun assignment in response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Three Perfect Shots.”
I used to have a very busy custom paint business. I did a lot of various paint techniques on walls so I called it “Wall Art”. I did a lot of glazing (a subtle, shiny finish with a translucent stain; usually done to give a wall an antique look). I also did what was called faux painting, using different colors blended to give a wall more depth and/or make it an “accent wall”. I loved doing murals and did a few of these as well. Towards the end of my time in this business I got into transforming plain, vinyl garage doors into looking like a metallic (often copper) door instead. A wood-look was also a popular choice.
I am going to describe what my three shots (photographs) would look like in the steps I took to complete this job. (Of course if I really did a step-by-step process in photos there would be many more than just three.