Thursday, November 19, 2009

beautiful morning......

i found this on my car yesterday morning. so beautiful and so much work in one night.




maybe we work to hard.......or maybe we dont work hard enough.......


i wish i new how to do those great overlays and frames on my pictures. i have photo shop but i'm very limited with how to actually use it. take a look at these.......


if only........

i new how to apply them. i love them so much and all i can do is look at them.

7 comments:

Riki Schumacher said...

I'm taking a class from Susan Tuttle. She teaches this on line. The current class is a quickie, for Christmas cards, but the regular class teaches how to use these layers! She's great, look her up! I too want to know how to use my Adobe Elements, but very hard to get started, now I can at least tinker in it! Have fun.

Erica Lorenz-Hays said...

Email me - I'll help ya! Photoshop guru, right here. ;)

lynne h said...

lisa, if you haven't already figured it out, there's a tutorial on how to do this on the right hand side of my blog. (roben-marie smith's ttv tutorial. those frame thingies are called ttv's for 'through the viewfinder'

i think we probably work too much and need more play time... : )

xo

Tony and Lisa Blackwell said...

okay for those of you who dont know it.....erica is my sister and why dont i know that she knows these things about photo shop? !!!!
ERICA!why havent you told me this sooner?
i really need to checkout that on line class of susan tuttles.thanks riki.
thanks lynne,i'm going there now!

Tony and Lisa Blackwell said...

lynne,i click the toturial but theres nothing there.

lynne h said...

well damn! it's gone now! i guess she took it down... so this has been good for *me* because now i know i need to remove that link.

anyway, if you have any questions, give a holler and i'll tell you how to do it. it's not hard...

xo

Ro Bruhn said...

Open your original photo, drag and drop your frame onto a layer above your original photo. Go to the layers box in your side bar, in the blending mode box, which by default will display normal, select multiply and there you have your frame around your original photo.