Gulf of Alaska
This page is a scan of a hybrid page depicting an unfortunately memorable day - at least for me - during our 2009 cruise. Not your typical vacation page. The Spirit of Oceanus is a small ship, accomodating about 100 passengers. DH took the photos; the journaling (below) explains what I did! Since it was printed on a transparency, it casts its own shadow, and scans with a blur.
SG supplies: DMI SSTools-Type Path-Waves used for journaling; SBA_SSStyle-Basic shadows, applied to top layer of title.
Other supplies: Fonts: Arial Bold & Bradley Hand; Core'dination cardstock - background; Bazzill cardstock - blue-gray waves; dotted wave paper from unknown source; Grafix Transparency; Epson photo paper
The waves were handtorn, then layered. The flying bird (albatross) was handcut and attached to the top of the transparency after printing the journaling. I modified the title with PSE's warped text tool, then clipped to a wave photo, and a shadow added. I added a stroke to a duplicate layer, filled it with aqua, and put it below the text.
On July 31, the Spirit of Oceanus sailed - churned, rocked, rolled - her way across the wide, heaving Gulf of Alaska.
Dave spent the day on deck, photographing multitudes of sea birds, including black-footed albatross, northern fulmers, & marbled murrlets.
Jo spent the preceding night & all day horizontal, drugged with Dramamine, occasionally braving verticality to observe the gray ocean.
Image META information
|Original File Size||371503|
|Sections Found||ANY_TAG, IFD0, THUMBNAIL, EXIF|
|Orientation||The 0th row is at the visual top of the image, and the 0th column is the visual left-hand side|
|Software||Adobe Photoshop Elements 10.0 Macintosh|
|Date Taken||2012:08:06 15:51:37|