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  • #31675
    Annie Tobin
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    • Superfan

    Thanks Mic, in view of the overhead lighting I thought the extra brightness on top was appropriate … still got a lot to learn though! 😀

    #31696
    trish williams
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    • Enthusiast

    love this picture I found so I framed it.
    out of interest I can never working the times it says something was posted  the time here is actually 18.44  what is where you are.

    #31699
    Sharon Wilke
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    • 140
    • Junior

    Trish that image is precious! I see why you wanted to feature it. I’m thoroughly impressed with your frame. It’s fantastic!

    #31712
    trish williams
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    • Enthusiast

    Thank you Sharon, it was a simple frame a lot of 2 and 5 px border layers on the original pict which was 800 x 540.

    gold.2/pink.5/gold.2/pink.5/gold.2
    then pink25 …. effects/reflection/kalid…( h.0/v.0/ra.45/sf.47/petals.4/orbit.0/rs.35/ edgemode-reflect.)add inner bevel to finish.  Then repeat the first 5 layers

    I tried it again on a 3600 frame, it is on the scavanger page but ir wasnt as effective so made the border bigger  to balance the frame and it wouldnt work as good, I think it was the inner bevel but the border was to wide for it. so the reflection was flat, which was fine, but not what I wanted.  if you find a bevel that works let me know.

    be nice to see your result if you use it.

    here are the colours I used

     

    #31733
    Michele
    Participant
    • 844
    • Superfan

    I like how you say, “simple frame,” Trish. You put a lot of work into it and got a beautiful result.

    ~ Michele

    #31777
    Annie Tobin
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    • 1747
    • Superfan

    Hello Scrapbook Campers.  I downloaded this photo of a starfish from Unsplash.  It is a terrific photo by Pedro Lastra.  All of the elements on this page are from Pixel Scrappers … I just love their creations.  Thanks for takin a peek.

    #31779
    Cristina
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    • 1022
    • Superfan

    Michele, Trish, Sharon, and Annie, lovely work! It is so nice to come here and see all these inspiring layouts.

    #31781
    Michele
    Participant
    • 844
    • Superfan

    Thank you, Cristina.

    Great layout, Annie. Love the reflection effect. Pixel Scrappers is one of my favorite resources.

    ~ Michele

    #31786
    Lynda DiGregor
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    • 351
    • Enthusiast

    The theme last week for FB Paint Shop Themes was panoramas. Since that is what I’ve been doing all week, I thought I’d share one. On the most part I use a number of photos for panoramas but this one is actually created with one photo rather than a series. In the past I always used Panorama Maker (no longer available as far as I can find) but this week it’s all been PS Pro 2019 all the time.  😉

    #31788
    Michele
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    • 844
    • Superfan

    As I told you in the PSP Themes group, Lynda, I love it. The wolf is new; it looks really good.

    ~ Michele

    #31907
    Annie Tobin
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    • 1747
    • Superfan

    Cristina and Michele, thanks my friends for your lovely comments on my work, always appreciated. <3

    #31908
    Annie Tobin
    Participant
    • 1747
    • Superfan

    Beautiful work Lynda, a joy to behold. <3

    #31911
    Annie Tobin
    Participant
    • 1747
    • Superfan

    Hello again Scrapbook Campus Friends.  I love this photo of Venice after a storm from Unsplash so I simply had to do something with it.  All of the elements and papers used are from Pixel Scrappers.  Thanks for takin a peek.

    #31912
    Michele
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    • 844
    • Superfan

    Great job, Annie. That’s an incredible pic you found. The reflection in the puddles is stunning and you displayed it beautifully.

    ~ Michele

    #31916
    libera
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    • 610
    • Enthusiast

    Just looked over the last works Annie, Trish and Linda. Really cool layouts and works, harmonious colors in each one.
    I had to laugh about the poacher getting the tomatoes and the layout is really interesting. Thanks for the precisions given concerning the framed picture. Panorama is something I would like to try too with PSP  Till now I did it always with IrfanView, an easy way.

    I tried a painting on the wall, placed it in the July Tut/Tech Challenge, Carole put in last week.

     

     

    #31946
    Cassel
    Keymaster
    • 1283
    • Superfan

    Remember that you can use Image Composite Editor to create panorama. It is free. I had that program as a featured resource a while back. I tested it with a couple of photos I had taken (not at all in the intention of making a panorama) and it turned out quite good.

    #31972
    Annie Tobin
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    • 1747
    • Superfan

    Thanks dear Mic, so glad you liked it my friend. <3

    #31973
    Annie Tobin
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    • 1747
    • Superfan

    Much appreciate your comments Libera, thank you my friend. <3

    #31987
    libera
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    • 610
    • Enthusiast

    Thanks Carole, for remembering the Image Composite Editor. I did a download a few months ago and don’t know why I forgot it .

    #32005
    Sharon Wilke
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    • 140
    • Junior

    Lynda, I really love your panorama! That’s beautiful. I’ve never attempted a panorama. If I increase my skills a little I might attempt it sometime in the future.

    Superfan Annie I adore your work too! You are so fast. I can’t keep up with you!!

    I’ve been splitting my time between learning more and processing garden vegetables. I spent all day today making salsa that I’m going to force on anyone that comes through front door.

    My PSP seems to be fighting me on some of the tutorials. Sometimes I can’t make the selections as shown in the tutes and changing my Brush Variance almost locks down the application. Just small glitches, but really annoying. Anyway, I’m still learning and that’s what counts. I still love the software!

    #32025
    Michele
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    • 844
    • Superfan

    Your page is so sweet, Sharon.

    #32035
    trish williams
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    • 586
    • Enthusiast

    my favourite place  in england to visit, this took 3 pictures to get the whole view

    #32075
    trish williams
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    • 586
    • Enthusiast

    made some mosaic papers  just for fun, and a new gold for my collection using a grunge overlay

    #32077
    trish williams
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    • 586
    • Enthusiast

    mosaics just for fun and created a new gold for my collection x

    #32078
    trish williams
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    • 586
    • Enthusiast

    I seem to have trouble posting , I post and it tells me it is a dupliate entry  even though its the first one I am posting, so I try again and then there is another duplicate entry.

    Anyone else having that problem xx

    #32080
    trish williams
    Participant
    • 586
    • Enthusiast

    todays birthday cake

    #32109
    Annie Tobin
    Participant
    • 1747
    • Superfan

    Thanks Sharon for your lovely comment, much appreciated. Your celebrate today is very sweet, well done Hon. <3

    #32132
    Annie Tobin
    Participant
    • 1747
    • Superfan

    Lovely work on the birthday cake Trish, well done. <3

    #32134
    Annie Tobin
    Participant
    • 1747
    • Superfan

    I snagged this photo of a window from Unsplash … I have a thing about funky windows, lol!  I used a Pixel Scrapper mask on the photo instead of framing it in any way.  The background paper I created myself and then I used some watercolor brushes to put a layer under the photo.  The alpha I created a while ago and the wire flowers I created today using the pen tool set at point to point, bezier curves … fast becoming one of my favourite ways to play in PSP.  Thanks for takin a peek.

    P.S.  The flowers detract from the photo which I feel can be a mistake with digital scrap booking … but, perhaps I meant to do that as I was really pleased with the way they turned out!  I may have to create another page for the photo…… 😉

    #32239
    matsugirl
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    • 7
    • Rookie

    I had to try the “pictures on the wall” perspective template.  It looked like something fun to try.

    Cassel’s example made me want to try it with my wedding photos (1984).   I am glad I did.  The pictures look so neat!  🙂

    Thank you Cassel for this great find.

     

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