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August 07, 2013
I have been inspired to join this Black and White Photo Challenge by my friend, Amanda from Unique So Chic. She has been doing the most amazing things with her photos and photoshop so I thought it was time for me to give it a go.
So here are my efforts:
For this image I chose a photo of rain drops on geraniums and changed it to black and white. I then used my Memory Manager’s Filters/Stylise function to create a negative embossed effect.
I did the same for the next photo of a daisy and the embossing was a lot stronger on the single flower. The little raindrops have come up a lot stronger in this image and actually I feel that this has come out a lot better.
For my last effort I have used the Filter/Surface and Frosted Glass function.
This has made the daisy look quite fuzzy, but the raindrops still stand out.
I can see this is going to be challenging which will be good for me to stretch my imagination and do something completely different with my photography.
I hope you enjoy my efforts.
Have a good day and Happy Snapping.
November 25, 2020
Kia Ora Koutou Welcome back and today I am sharing a card that I have made for my husband’s workmate. The brief was the recipient loved dogs and gardening so I thought I would combine the two. I have used a combination of different...
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November 23, 2020
Kia Ora Koutou Welcome back. Delicate Impressions Details We’re excited to introduce another Glimmer Hot Foil collection! The Delicate Impressions Collection has five sets of Glimmer Hot Foil Plates. The fifth set, Heart Melt Sentiments, has four unique phrases with matching dies. The other...
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November 19, 2020
Kia Ora Koutou Welcome back to my final post for today. For this card I have used the Arrows & Banners dies as a background to the gorgeous Lush Lilac collection from Heartfelt Creations. I love all the different shades of purples in the...
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