Saturday, July 18, 2009

More Jessica Sprague Photo Editing!

We’re at the end of our classes, today was the last tutorial =(
I’ve really enjoyed learning all these cool techniques for Photoshop and Photoshop Elements. All my pictures were taken with a Canon Rebel XTI and edited in PSE7

Let’s pick up where I left off…Day 10… creating your own clipping mask from a shape, then adding in your photo, two textures, a type overlay, some type in two fonts, and then finishing it off with the edge burning technique.

Life is Sweet ClippingMaskOverlayBurntEdgeDay10_edited-1

Day 11! Choosing a photo that has an object in clear view that you'd like to really highlight, while leaving the rest of the photo black and white. We used layer masks for this technique.



Day 12 One of the most popular professional techniques for framing up a set of photos is a storyboard. We learned how to create a three-panel storyboard of our own, including adding some text at the bottom. Again using those fun clipping masks!

Day12 Storyboard LeahTyke

Day12 Storybook Dandelions

And today, Day 13… creating a grid using clipping masks, and then really spicing it up with a brush.



And THEN…the BONUS! Sepia Tone on Multiple Photos, Selective Recolor and Type!!


How much fun is that!! Now I just need to find pics of each of the grandkids and make another one!!

I hope you’ve enjoyed looking as much as I’ve enjoyed making each one and sharing with you!!

This class came just at the right time…before our State Fair and County Fair llama shows AND before the garden gets too carried away! I canned 14 qts of green and yellow wax beans yesterday! The zucchini is producing like rabbits!! And it won’t be long till the tomatoes will be ready for …SALSA!!

Hope you’re having a fabulous day where you are!

Thanks for stopping!!



Sharli Schaitberger said...

Oh My Goodness!!! I am SO IMPRESSED with your photos! You certainly did some wonderful work with this photo workshop, but you obviously have a lot of talent already! The photos of the darling girl feeding dandelions to the llama and just precious! Thank you for the sweet moment in my hectic day!

Tenia Nelson said...

Nicely done!!

Joanne (jojot) said...

gorgeous work, Dawn...what a lucky family as I would guess they will be getting treasured photos as gifts....absolutely lovely work

Charlene Merrick (LilLuvsStampin) said...

Wonderful photography, Dawn! Sounds like you have been supah busy with photo classes, gardening, grandkids, and cooking! Pure happiness, huh?

mel m. m. mccarthy said...

WOWza! Your pictures are looking a bazillion bucks. Wish I could've taken the class with you. What a treasure to have such gorgeous montages of your family and furry llama family too. :0) Can you tell i need sleep. heehehee

- dlm. said...

Your photographs are absolutely stunning! I love seeing all that you have learned in your JS photo editing course. Well Done!