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Thursday Challenge

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We all know we take photos that maybe aren't the greatest quality on occasion, but if you are a digital scrapper you also know that is OK! With digi you can alter and play with a photo and make it PERFECT for a layout. So today my last Thursday challenge for April is to use a less than perfect photo they you still love in a layout and use you digital supplies and super powers (photoshop, PSE etc...) to make it a masterpiece!!!!

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I would say 90% of my photos are 'not perfect"! And that is being polite... lol... How will I choose just 1!?! Interesting challenge Shannon!

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Good one, Shannon! Were you inspired by my last layout? (Or the one before that, LOL?)

 

I think I "might" have a few around.....

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I have plenty imperfect photos to scrap! In fact, I sometimes keep the "bad ones" on my camera/computer(instead of erasing them from the memory card) JUST for challenges like this ;)

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Cody's first date ever! They aren't back from Prom yet, but no matter what else happens, we got some great (and not-so-great) photos.

 

One of my favorites was the one I put into the cameo frame. Great photo--but they were standing in front of the TV! I cropped them closely using a nice feathered edge, then clipped the photo to a pretty background paper before putting it into the frame.

 

I changed the colors of the embellishments to to silver and purple to match Alexa's dress--she's a purple person, a girl after my own heart! I learned how to remove color before colorizing for more color control. I also learned to make multiple layers and use blending modes to achieve my desired result.

 

Fun challenge! Thanks!

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I've been holding onto bad photos of some Mississippi Kites that were in my back yard. I didn't want to delete them, as it was a special memory for me. I guess I'm fairly satisfied with this - Fly Like a Kite.

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