June 10, 2011

Diptych….Play

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Play was our word this week.  Wow, talk about possibilities.  I have to have my play-time, Have To!  It’s interesting how it’s changed over the years.  I seem to have about an 18 month attention span with things.  But playing in photoshop has lasted longer than 18 months.  I guess cuz I’m always taking pictures.  The picture above is of my daughter’s friend. She asked me to make her some more wallet sized prints of her Senior Pictures.    The scans turned out decent….but the real thing from the photographer is just a little better.  After all they’ve got the really nice toys (printers & scanners).

Chel at Wild and Precious Life took the picture on top.  We’ve got to stop by and see what her picture is about.

2 comments:

Janet said...

Me and Photoshop just don't speak the same language. I get so frustrated with it that I have just given up ever understanding it!

Eden said...

Ahh Janet, you crack me up. I would've been lost too without a course in Photoshop and digital scrapbooking at scrapgirls that made me use the program.

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