The Face Behind the Posts


I’ve been blogging for the last five years.  I first started using LifeJournal under the blog name of Epiac’s Place. It was a direct no nonsense blogging platform which served me well and taught me many things about social networks. As my blogging needs changed, I switched to WordPress which I consider the best blogging platform available today.

At LifeJournal I had my picture next to my profile so my readers would know how the author looked like.  WordPress does not offer you this possibility, so many of my readers at Lingua Franca have no idea how Omar Upegui R. looks like.

All books include a photograph of the author on the back cover of the book.  I think it’s a good idea to create a bond between author and readers.  Today I decided to include my photo in an effort to introduce myself to my readers.  It was created using a special software called PhotoFunia.

PhotoFunia is an online photo editing tool that gives you a fun-filled experience.  You upload any photo and just wait to see the special effects.  The application automatically identifies the face in the photo and let’s you add cool photo effects and create interesting photo montages.

PhotoFunia is free and very easy to use.  Just select any effect you like from over 100 different choices, upload your photo, and the software will take care of the rest.

Having said that, here’s my photograph with a couple of interesting effects.  Here we go.

(Credit:  Omar Upegui R./PhotoFunia)
(Credit: Omar Upegui R./PhotoFunia)
(Credit:  Omar Upegui R./PhotoFunia)
(Credit: Omar Upegui R./PhotoFunia)
(Credit:  Omar Upegui R./PhotoFunia)
(Credit: Omar Upegui R./PhotoFunia)

And now you know the face of the guy who writes at Lingua Franca.  Good Day.

Source:  PhotoFunia

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