My nephew’s theme for his wedding was “Gangster”. I took the photo of them in front of the church (original image below), then extracted just them, the driver and the car. I got a photo from 1967 Chicago Grand Central Station and added the extracted wedding photo to make it appear more “genuine” in time.
Sometime after I discovered this Scrapbook Campus website, I was introduced to this photo wall image. I’m not sure if it came directly from the Campus or if I found it on the Internet while trying to do a campus related project. However, I have been able to use it a number of times to showcase some important people in my life or highlight some favourite photos. In this image I added the ‘old guy sitting on the bench’ so the gallery would not look empty and the plant to give the gallery a homey look.
Each work posted is unique and very creative. Great job, everyone!
Art, I remember the challenge Tut-Tech “Painting on the Wall” from last year, when I was first introduced to a similar template. I love what you did, and the “old guy sitting on a bench” gave a special touch to the page. Great work!