Paint pots and cameras do mix well....not in a physical sense I hasten to add. I don't mean tip the pot on your camera. More playing with your photographs and seeing what little gems you can come up with by adding a touch of imagination and a little "paint".
I got so carried away last night with some of last years flower photographs. The time just went and I was totally lost in what I was doing, a great relaxer!! I have a habit of playing and the good thing is that I don't mind if it doesn't work, I just enjoy the experiment!! The bad thing is that I never get any work done!!! I tend to be that I start out with one thing and then somehow it morphs into something totally different and I'm off at a tangent, forgetting what I'm meant to be doing!!
How many times have I sat down to make a kit and ended up wandering again. I really have to develop some self discipline on this!!! The strange thing is in most other things I am an organisation freak...but with things like this I am hopeless at staying on track.
Anyway....look what I did!!! (Yes, I know, I sound like a little girl tugging to momma's skirt to show her something!).
What do you think...good/bad? I am so biased because I LOVE it!!!! Perhaps a "could do better" would be on my report card on this...but trying to do better will be something I'll enjoy!!
This is the result of merging photos, masks, brushes, lighting effects and a few things more....and for me it works. Not bad from a few flowers!!! If anyone wants to know how to do it..let me know and I'll do a more detailed "how to". If anyone wants a full size JPG of the image let me know and I can let you have a download link.
After all that...a gift for you!! A simple and elegant quick page 12x12, 300dpi in Png format. I can think of some of more formal or romantic photographs that this would suit....how about you?
You can download it here at Media Fire
or at 4shared here
We have had some sun today but it's still cold.....and we had frost last night!! But for now the sun is sinking and shining in through my the window behind me. I can feel the warmth on my back and it's good! Roll on summer!! Have a great evening where ever you are and see you soon!!