Sunday, August 22, 2010

It Is FINALLY!! Clicking!

Marie Otero is offering digital magic an online class to learn those photshop secrets a lot of you have figured out
I am a slow curve after several books (and they were helpful) another on line class (and she is an excellent instructor as well) it is finally connecting for me...this is week 3 exercise
Marie's barn image we had to manipulate in class.
had 3 textures 2 brushes and 2 lassoed images then text

this is my result..except i spelled incorrectly..oh well




not too bad tho eh!!
of course this is following the step by step instruction
then



I took my own stock photo

a stone outbuilding



I added Maries textures but omitted the text step








and this is what I achieved
i love the look!!!




thank you marie for helping it to finally make the sense i needed to achieve some results!

7 comments:

Sarah said...

Great effects Mary! Once you have got the hang of it all you need is your imagination! I love the first picture especially.

MrCachet said...

Okay, Mary, This is probably a really fine tool, but - the vine thing is bothering me - the one that looks like it climbs the edge of the building. It's like it's splitting the image right on the edge of the building - or perhaps that's what you had in mind...

Anne Gaal said...

Hi, Mary! Super digital results! I love the watercolor look! Yay! :-)

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

It really IS gorgeous. You did a super job. Your own photo turned out wonderful and you did it all on your own. Good for YOU.

Debrina said...

Hey Mar - thanks for your wise words, once again! You're a doll! You know, there are also a lot of amazing tutorials on you tube too! All for free. Though it does look like you have learned the basics here!

Lost Aussie said...

You are coming along in leaps and bounds and the effort you are putting in to get things right is paying off! Well done!
Marie

Lay Hoon aka mescrap said...

BEautiful effect.
I have take 1 online class with DJ but still seem not able to work it out as the software problem.
You really did a great take with digi.