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About Bittyfeet

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  • Birthday 11/09/1949

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  1. How do I find April's tutorial on recoloring?
  2. Thank you for all that information. It's a real blessing. I'm looking for some inexpensive lighting. I'm photographing antique brooches. Is it best to take them looking down. I do have an inexpensive macro lens. I'll be using all your wonderful information and I plan on doing lots of practice. Thank you, everyone.
  3. Karen, see if these videos might help you : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XmJpZ6pyYHg https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3wZ7CkxFsDg Anne~Marie, you are a blessing. That's exactly what I needed. Now I'm off to play. Scrapgirls are still the most helpful people on the planet. Feels good to be back among friends. Karen
  4. I'm using Elements 11. All the books I can find concentrate on photography with Elements, not digital scrapbooking. I'm taking pictures of pins (jewelry) and flowers with a new dslr and can't find how to remove the background to turn them into elements. It's probably something obvious that I'm overlooking, but I can't figure it out. I used to know how but that was many years ago when I used Elements 5 (showing my age, huh). Please help me get going again. Thanks, girls. I'm sure this is only the first of many questions as I go along. I know someone can help me. Karen
  5. Couldn't find a place for camera questions so trying here. Got a dslr for Christmas and I want to take pics to turn into elements. I have a pin collection, antique and new. Is it best to photograph them on black or white to make it easiest to take out the background? How to I get the pins or flowers to stay up on the background? What kind of light should I purchase for my camera? Or maybe someone could point me to some sites that might be good for this type of information? Thanks for all help. Karen
  6. I'm an old timer from when Scrapgirls was first formed. I was active for quite a while, then life got in the way. Life has settled wayyy down now so I'm trying to ease back in. Totally in over my head! The last Elements program I had was 5, now I'm trying to wade through 11. Wow, have tyhings changed. I think I'm back to babysteps again. I have so many questions. How to use Elements 11? I got a dslr camera for Christmas and can't figure it out either. I'll look around till I can figure out where to ask my questions, then unleash on you all. I know someone here can help me. Scrapgirls are alway
  7. Happy Birthday!

  8. Happy Birthday to you!

  9. It's your birthday! Sending lots of wishes for a blessed and wonderful day today!

  10. Praying you will be blessed in so many wonderful ways today as you celebrate your special day. Happy Birthday!

  11. Thinking of you and hoping that you are finding a wee bit of comfort and peace now - I know this is upsetting and very hard for you - I cannot imagine how you must feel, but am keeping you close in thought and prayer.

  12. Bittyfeet

    October Desktop

    I like the simplicity of the layout. It has a serene quality, with just a hint of giggles in the spray of swirls. Bittyfeet
  13. Bittyfeet

    Autumn Cowboy

    Perfect for a boy's desktop. I'm envious that you got it done so quickly - took me most of the day and part of last evening. Bittyfeet
  14. Bittyfeet

    Oct07 desktop

    Well, this is my first and it sure was fun. I used "A Year to Remember" brushes by Thao Cosgrove; Scattered Pictures Embellishment templates by Syndee Nuckles; and "Stylize Collection" by Brandy Hackman. Hope I got it all in. Thanks for the challenge. Karen - Bittyfeet
  15. I love it Tracy - perfect statement of your name. It really stands out.
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