Quick-Page Workshop – May 2022

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  • #76867
    Nel Kempers
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    Alle foto’s uit mijn archief toen ik nog de Brits Korthaar fokte

    #76868
    Mary Solaas
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    Ann Seeber: I really like your sunrise on the QP 3 Extra.  The colors are absolutely right for that qp.

    #76870
    Ann Seeber
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    Mary Solaas: Thank you! I achieved my goal of finding the perfect photo to match the layout.

    Here is my QP#4 – Introducing Mr. Chip. I took these this morning in the rain outside my patio door. This chipmunk has been very elusive, and this is the first time in the four years that I’ve lived here that he’s stayed still long enough to photograph.

    Edit: I realized this time I needed a drop shadow above the large photo.

    • This reply was modified 2 months, 2 weeks ago by Ann Seeber. Reason: Replaced photo
    #76872
    Mary Solaas
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    And this is my QP 3 Extra.  I tried to also find the colors that would fit the layout.  This was the recreation room of a marvelous old motel that our caravan stopped at in St. Louis on our way to South Dakota Family Reunion.  Lots of fun here for the kids and the grownups.

    #76881
    Jnet Allard
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    Congratulations on everything that has been done so far. I liked the little squares added by Marie-Claire on the QP-2. The nice cockatiel brought back many nice memories of my Picolo. I found my computer yesterday afternoon. So I started late. Here is what I have done so far without making any changes except the title and the date. These are pictures of a trip – Quebec – Mexico by motorhome

     

    #76883
    Pirkko
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    my QP4-May

    #76886
    Anne Lamp
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    QP 3 extra   I only added a little text besides the picture.  That is me in 2012. (Penny is my nickname)

    #76887
    Sharla
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    I tried to change colours as some of have so successfully done but I simply made a mess – many times! So, in the spirit of a quick page, I have simply added photos of bluebells which in the North of England are at their very best at the moment.

    #76888
    Marie-Claire
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    (#76784) Thank you Pirrko, to change the color of the extra QP 1, I used the color changer tool, I chose a green color from the photo, and clicked with the color changer in the blue area, and that was the result !

    (#76881) Thank you Jnet Allard for your nice comment about my QP 2

    #76890
    Pirkko
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    here is my Extra for QP4-May

    #76894
    Sue Thomas
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    Sharla,  (76887)  Here are the instructions in point form to change the colour using an overlay colour and the blend mode, which should make it much easier for you, and other rookies to follow.

    1 Open a new layer,  flood fill with a gradient or colour of your choice.  Hide the  layer.

    2 Select the QP layer

    3 Using the magic wand select the checker board, which is the blank area.  Using the settings, add, opacity, contiguous NOT checked.  Use the edit tool to make any adjustments.

    4 Select the top coloured layer,  unhide it,  and hit delete. Deselect the selection.

    5 Using the blend mode, change the setting from normal to Hue.  You can now add your photo, moving it  below your QP.

    And there you have it.   You will find the blend mode and the edit selection  tools  in the material palette, just above the layers.

    #76898
    James Durrant
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    A bit late in starting having a busy week. Here is my Quick-Page 1

    The award winning steam Tractor looks as though it is about to drive out of the QP so I mirrored the supplied page in the second image to give the tractor some space to drive into.

    #76904
    Nancy McNamara
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    QP-4 The Artist’s Bridge in Bethel Maine, a fun spot near my home to visit and Explore!

    #76908
    Ann Seeber
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    QP-4-EXTRA – Who knew? I was totally surprised when all these different birds AND a squirrel were spotted eating the grape jelly and oranges I put out for the Orioles. I used the Hue/Saturation/Lightness on the layout before adding the photos, merging the adjustment layer first.

    #76909
    Susan Ewart
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    Here’s my Day 4 layouts.  I didn’t change anything.  But I did come at the one Quick Page from a different angle.  I should have changed the top and bottom small pictures in Sumi’s layout (black cat girl).

    Pirkko, we are on the same wavelength today (along with Nel) with our cat kiddos.

    Ann, I love Mr. Chip, so lucky you have chipmunks, it’s a rare sighting for me, only when I go to Jasper or Banff.

    Thank you Sue, I am going to try that.  I didn’t do that when I changed my colors and would have liked to do it that way.  I must admit I am a sucker for point by point instructions, that’s how I roll so I really appreciate them.

    #76910
    Sue Thomas
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    Susan, you are most welcome. May I  make a suggestion, that when you orientate a QP, you need to take into account that  the shadowing isn’t going to be consistent with the light source coming  from the top left.

    Ann Seeber, I suggested different options to the blend mode, including the Hue sat lightness, which I actually prefer in some cases, as it retains some variation in colours. It depends on what the creator is looking for, to showcase their photos.

    #76911
    cindy harris
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    Hi

    I didnt get the Day 4 email link layout plz send, Thank you

    #76912
    Cassel
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    Cindy, I sent you my copy.

    #76915
    matsugirl
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    Pictures were taken April 2003.  My husband got on the roof of our house to take these pictures.  Knik Glacier, Pioneer Peak, Matanuska Peak and Two Sisters.  Chugach Range.

    #76920
    Susan Ewart
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    Oh man🤦‍♀️ , and I was thinking, why was it black there? hahaha. Good catch and thanks for noticing, I really need to study everything much better than I do.  Since I watch a ton of Lindsay Adler’s lighting tutorials here is my sweet fix.  I did Mirror>horizontal on the large photo so the window light is now mostly coming in on the right side (camera right).  Sumi cat is being my light modifier (GOBO or flag) and subject (is that even possible) and casting a shadow onto the other 3 photo’s.  the direction of the shadow at her feet are now more correct, shame on me for not seeing that part.  Going forward I will be looking at shadows more closely.

    You are going to make a designer out of me yet, and it makes my heart sing that you take the time to really look and help me.  Looking at the two, the second one makes quite a difference in the feel of it.

    • This reply was modified 2 months, 2 weeks ago by Susan Ewart. Reason: forgot something
    #76922
    Susan Ewart
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    Forgot to add Sue.  YES! You may always make suggestions, it can only make me better for  having them.

    #76933
    Sue Thomas
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    Susan, I can see why you would want to rotate the page.  Creating a portrait view, and not a landscape, in order to accommodate the  very upright, very proud handsome cat.  I’m going to ask you to try this, using the QP as it is supposed to be used, and before adding the photos, free rotate left 90 degrees, and then flip, flip vertical.  By taking these two steps, you will then have the light source of the shadows coming from  the top left.   Shadows can be tricky sometimes, and quite often I have to take a good second look. Although typically the light source comes from the left,  it can also come from the right.

    • This reply was modified 2 months, 2 weeks ago by Sue Thomas.
    #76939
    Susan Ewart
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    Whew,  Sue you have much finer brain than me to have figured out that orientation.  I did try them all when I first started and I just went with what I found pleasing completely missing the shadows.  Thanks for the instructions, my head was spinning a bit with all the spinning we did with this layout.  I got there in the end!  And boy was it worth it and I’ve learned a lot tonight.

    I also followed your tutorial on the QP color change. It was the first time editing a selection so I’m glad I gave this a try.  It was picky going around the plant and I tried one without doing that and saw that it really does make a difference.  Watching a video recently with Carole doing extractions really helped to know that I needed to zoom in and use different sizes of the eraser and had to unerase with right click too.  I did miss some bits but I was wanting to see if I could do it, I would take more time normaly.  I feel on top the of world after a pretty blah day.  Thank you!

    #76941
    Sue Thomas
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    Susan, you most certainly did get there in the end.  It wasn’t my intension to have you spinning like a top, but it was worth it.  🙂  You  have every right to be very proud of  yourself, with what you have achieved this evening.  Creating two lovely pages, with what you have learnt this evening.  I don’t think you will be forgetting those techniques in a hurry. :-). Yes, when doing extractions it is very important to zoom right in, in order to capture every pixel, for the best result.

    Everyone has been submitting beautiful pages.

    Using only one extra step, the Hue Saturation lightness tool, to change the colour of the QP, to match the colours in the photos.  Text.

    #76944
    cindy harris
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    HI just got done but couldn’t find  a big picture so copied the freebee from d/l and put it in the top.  I bought the new

    2022 so used it, never used the 2021 a couple times.  Anywho that was fun  Thank you    Love alls QPs so cool

    IDK  how to open any scripts but used some tubes love those.  Have to learn how to use this 2022, 🙂

    #76945
    cindy harris
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    Thank You Teacher got the email and did the QP4  so much fun   but have to learn this 2022

    I dont know how to get to any of your Scripts  but will learn I hope. 🙂

    #76946
    Pirkko
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    Sue – (76941) Lovely page and delicate colors – I like it very much

    #76947
    Sharla
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    Sue – Thank you so much for the step by step instructions (#76894)  – I’ll give them a go and report back.

    A little later… and I am so pleased to have succeeded following your instructions – many thanks.

    • This reply was modified 2 months, 2 weeks ago by Sharla.
    #76956
    Sue Thomas
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    Pirkko, thank you for your kind words.

     

    Ann, I see that we used, coincidently, almost used  the same colouring for  layout 4, using HSL tool.  Although mine is a tad more yellow, as I wanted to pick up the  dandelion yellow, and the mustardy colouring on the bands of the  butterfly’s underwings.  You have a lovely selection of birds coming to your feeders.  I now have 3 pairs of Oriole, they are currently going through  2 oranges a day, as insects are still scarce at present.  Orioles are the only birds, that are known  to  feed on  Tent caterpillars, thankfully  we don’t get to many of those.

    #76957
    Sue Thomas
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    Sharla,   Well done, I’m pleased that you were able to follow and execute the instruction.

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