Well, as you can see this Photoshop stuff is starting to possess my brain.
It's very addicting especially with photos that might not be so great otherwise, you can create a whole different mood.
I have so many photos that didn't quite turn out the way I would like, so I'm trying to use those to practice with. It's really funny too, how you start to "see" textures...everywhere!
I was sitting outside the other day and started to see things that I could be use. I started taking photos of walls, the ground, rusted pots...crazy huh?
I'll try not to go too crazy on you guys with my altered photos, I'm just excited I'm starting to pick some of this stuff up and can't wait to learn more!
I shot this the same day. I'm not sure what happened exactly, but I kind of like the outcome and decided to leave it just the way it is.
Well, I need to pull myself away from this computer and get started sewing!
Remember that quilted book cover that I was going to make for my friend's Bible?
Well, today is her birthday...can you say procrastinate?
I'll chat with you guys soon, hope your week is going well.
These are gorgeous. I especially like the second one.
Good luck on your sewing project!
I LOVE it! You made it into a watercolor painting! Maybe I should check out Photoshop; I have been using Picassa.
Thanks for sharing.
you have a lovely and sweet blog Becca!
thanks for stopping by my blog and entering my giveaway!
I'm following a course Paint Shop Pro (something like Photoshop) and yes, it's very addicting.
I like the way you've edited this photo !
And your cats are so cute !
You should also check into putting your pics up on istockphoto.com. It's a stock photography site where you can upload photos, have them evaluated, and if they like them, you get to post them for sale. You're a pro, girl!
Ehem, I've been warned about how addicting textures and photo shop can be - I can see why! HOW FUN! (I fall apart in scrapbooking stores; so, I'm resisting - afraid that I'll fall down a very long rabbit hole - when I really need to be learning how to focus my silly camera! phew!)
It's funny that you stopped by - I had seen your little moon and was just going to hop on over but got distracted. I'm glad that you didn't!
Have fun with your baby grand and classical music, when the mood strikes!! =] I am NO "Lucy Honeychurch", myself!
I am going to add you into my list of blogs on my photo journal - if you don't mind.
Love, Katy Noelle