Friday, March 23, 2012

Fun with Photoshop

I've got a version of Photoshop with which to experiment, and I found a really fantastic ombre tutorial here.  This photo has a single gradient layer added; (33.3% (Gradient Fill 1, RGB/8*)* ... er, I don't really know what that actually means, but hey...fyi) and I fiddled with it to have white at the bottom at 10% opacity, through violet, and khaki at the top at 70% opacity.
Soooo, tres moody and sorta apocalyptic, oui?
As we were...

7 comments:

  1. I love what you did with this picture. It looks really cool. And congratulations on winning the red dress contest. So glad you won.

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  2. So fun ... LOL, regarding your comment, my seam allowances are on the inside too, I use the three step zig-zag topstitching to catch those seam allowances ON THE INSIDE and force them to lie flat, rather than relying on pressing only. For some garments this is not a good look but for some it makes it much smoother IMO on the inside. For an example see here :
    http://churchsexy.blogspot.com/2011/06/oh-cuteness.html

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  3. Editing pictures can be so much fun.....this is a beautiful picture!

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  4. I really need to take an entire class in Photoshop so I can discover all the possibilities. It's a very different photo with the addition of the ombre.

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  5. Hmmm, Photoshop, eh? No wonder you always look so great! ;-)

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  6. Sorry, Carolyn, I didn't mean to cause offense. I was trying to make a joke, but it was actually meant as a compliment. I don't actually believe that you really manipulate all your images - who would have time for that AND to blog AND to sew? And you obviously do look good in your pictures. I shouldn't make jokes with people I don't know well...

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  7. This image is making so quiet, you are really great photoshoper as compare to other. Can you tall me how to make this type image in photoshop?

    indesign training

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