Friday, July 10, 2009

Another photo

This lesson was on using a clipping mask to distress the edges of a photo. I took the photo in Florida a few weeks ago and while it's very monochromatic, I like it.

Again, for anyone wondering -- I'm taking the class at JessicaSprague.com. It's one of several I've taken there and have learned a lot about using Photoshop Elements.

8 comments:

*karendianne. said...

Very nice! The dentist office I was in had monochromatic in these exact tones. The frames were a type of brushed silver. Not messy though. Very clean lines. Very Florida!

Purple Quilter Queen said...

I love that photo. It really defines the lines of each wave and the drifts in the sand. The bird is pretty cool too. Jenn

Laura said...

I am just as "addicted" to Photoshop Elements as I am to quilting. Thank you for sharing the website, I had not heard of her. I have been learning everything I know from Linda Sattgast @http://www.scrappersguide.com/
I can't wait to learn form Jessica, too!

Darcie said...

That is gorgeous, Mary! So ophisticated.

julieQ said...

I really like this picture...makes me want to go to the ocean.

Angie said...

I love that picture Mary! It would look beautiful framed! You are learning a lot about using your Photoshop. Thank you for posting the tutorial site. I did join, and was just about to buy Photoshop Elements for my new iMac when I came across some fairly new software that is supposed to work better with iPhoto. PixelMater just for Mac's. We'll see. I love photograghy too! It's fun seeing your progress with your pictures and Photoshop!

bettyp said...

Your so Smart!!!
:0)

Andrew said...

Nice to see this..


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