Monday, October 26, 2009

Out and About

I'm getting interested in Photo manipulation. I purchased Photoshop Elements awhile back so I could take a digital class from Gail at Creative Workshops. She's fabulous to take from, her videos are so good. So, now she has another one...magic something...where you can learn to texture the background and do some off I went to take some pictures, I only had to go about 15 min and here are some pictures I took

I'll bring them back after I learn how to play with the backgrounds
Remember these
The backs were blank, so I added some quick snowmen to the backs.
I'll pick a winner tomorrow, thanks for joining in on the fun!


Natasha Burns said...

Looking forward to hearing and seeing how you go with the pics Laurie!

I'm loving your watercolour rose in your new banner, you did an amazing job!

Alison Gibbs said...

I have had photoshop elements for over a year and still have not had a go at it. Look forward to hearing how you go with yours

Utah Grammie said...

Good luck with the photos class! Sounds like fun..

Just a little something from Judy said...

The inspiration continues here at this blog. You keep learning new techniques and we keep on being blessed and inspired by them. The photography is sooo beautiful! And, oh how I wish my "quick snowmen" would turn out like yours. You are one talented lady, and your giveaways are always fun.

Gary and Elizabeth~ said...

That's what I need to take is a class on photo-shop. I look forward to seeing how it goes for you, then you can teach us.
Laurie I love your water color rose its "beautiful" and so alive.
If its not to late, please enter my name into your key chain drawing.
Big hugs and have a creative day,

LillySue said...

Bring on more snowmen....I am ready for winter!

Teeny Tiny cabin said...

Can't wait to see what you will do with the pictures! I would like to know more about it too--just have never taken the time yet!
Always lovely here!
Blessings to You!
Claudia O.

robin_titan said...

Awww they're so cute!

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