Cool! I need to play with this when we get out of school! 3.5 days left!
I really like the ones with the burn around the edges. Very nice! So...what was the verdict on your meatloaf?
Ooh how fun! Those look fantastic!
So cute! I use Photoshop Elements 6 (around $100).It is amazing. Makes me into a pretty good photographer!That girl of yours is just too cute.
Thanks, ladies! I think they are pretty great too. I could spend way too much time on them. Actually, I probably did!Sarah-Have a great 3.5 days of school! Hope it flies by!Kat-Meatloaf verdict coming up!Mrs. R-I might have to look into the Elements. Picnik is great, but pretty limited.
So cute! Hey, we need to make a playdate---Noah had the most pathetic farm built out of mega-blocks this morning.
I see you are reading SEP's book. What do you think? Have you read her others? She is one of my favs...but NBC...not so much...
Secret is in the sauce reader here!!! I love what you did with the pics!! Really if you can do that with this picnik then you dont need photoshop, I too have photoshop elements it does ALOT and it is pretty enexpesive compared to the full versions of PS i did the trial version which you can download at the adobe website, and then they give you 20 dollars off.....so....try that out!! anyway your babies are ADORABLE!!! and you are a great photographer with out PS!! ill be back
Here from the SITS site. Cute pics!! Enjoy your summer off!
Staci-Thanks for stopping by and for the PS info. I love taking pics! I only wish I had a better camera. I am off to check out your blog! :)Talisman-Thanks! I have definitely enjoyed my first week off. Looking forward to June and July!
I will have to try some of those cool things on picnik! You have some great pics.Found you via SITS!
Your photos are amazing!
I found you throught SITS...don't you just love picnik? I've used it on several pics of my boys and love the effects they have! - www.themaddoxfamily.net
Thanks, ladies. I do love Picnik. Easy and cheap! Thanks for stopping by. I am off to visit your blogs now!
I LOVE the one with your little girl and the tree. I subscribe to photojojo (www.photojojo.com) and they sent out fun weekly photography related emails. They sent this one from Japan about aging photographs. The instructions are in Japanese, but it's easy to figure out how to upload a picture. It takes just a minute. Here's the link.http://labs.wanokoto.jp/oldsThe one of tractor boy in his John Deere would be really cool aged.
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