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April Showers

Member Since 20 Oct 2006
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In Topic: New Goodies In The Boutique...early!

Today, 12:28 AM

Welcome! So excited to play with your products. :2468who-do-we-appreciate:

In Topic: Happy Birthday! 9-18-14

Today, 12:25 AM

Happy Birthday! Wishing you a wonderfully happy day.

:having-a-party: :happy-birthday: :having-a-party:

In Topic: High Noon Crop

Yesterday, 12:54 PM

Okay, here is what I did. If you click on the images, they'll show a bit larger.


I used two different adjustment layers- one to brighten the front of the bus and one to darken the back of the bus. I used gradients on both layers, so they only applied where I wanted them.

Attached File  HNC_PhotoFix_SS.jpg   105.39KB   0 downloads

Here is the before photo and the one from my layout.

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In Topic: Happy Birthday 9-14-14

13 September 2014 - 11:58 PM

I hope you have a wonderfully happy birthday!

:having-a-party: :happy-birthday: :having-a-party:

In Topic: Creating Your Own Brushes

13 September 2014 - 04:40 PM

Just want to be sure I didn't miss anything...  I took a clipart graphic and made it into a brush.  Using this new brush, I "stamped" it onto my page and the stamp appears in the color that is my foreground color.  The original clipart is blue, yellow and red.  Can a brush keep all the original colors?

No, it makes it solid black. You can adjust dynamics in the brush (not sure if you can do it in PSE) to make it use both the foreground and background color, but it won't be colored like the original.