Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Serenpidity

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Serendipity is the name of Kim Klassen’s texture that I used on this photo...

I used Serendipity on the top photo at 100% in the multiply mode of CS5....

On the bottom version I cropped it more in Picasa and

applied the Picasa Sepia Effect...

I’m still trying to learn CS5...taking baby steps here...

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13 comments:

  1. Hi Becky! What a pretty young lady who had a wonderful photographer!
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

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  2. Love your use of texture in these pics. They are lovely.

    Peace!

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  3. I like what you've done with the texture on this picture. I'm also trying to learn more about CS5, but I think I'm taking even smaller steps than you are.

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  4. A very lovely girl and beautiful work with the texture on both images!

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  5. Hi, I just popped in to say hello, great blog, congratulations!
    I'll follow you.
    You can visit mine if you feel like.
    Cheers from Argentina!
    Humberto.

    www.humbertodib.blogspot.com

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  6. Great job, Becky. You always take such good pictures--but of course, you have some beautiful people to photograph. Congrats.
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  7. I just love your portrait shot.

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  8. wonderful image and texture. i especially love the last image. good work~

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  9. What a beautiful photo! Lately I've been counting on my cell phone camera to catch all my photo memories. Not a great quality but it's easy to carry around :)

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  10. Beautiful work!!
    Love how the texture works on this!

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  11. Gorgeous girl and great textures

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  12. Great texture, love the rustic and vintage feel of it!!

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