FRIDAY AT LAST……

Beyond Beyond, digital scrapping, Friday, friday finds, holidays, journal, link ups, Sedona

Lightroom is still continuing to amaze I feel it’s like an iceberg more hidden than showing.  I’m finding out more and more.  But thanks to Kim I am slowly learning.  I created this in Lightroom using a wonderful template from Kim, transferred to Photoshop,  and added a frame, a drop shadow (thanks Roxi for the tutorial) and a pretty font (noodle script).
This has been a tough week my Fibromyalgia has reared it’s ugly head and I am feeling so bad –  it is so dispiriting as I limp around the house.  So excuse me if I have a whinge…..
This week I found a bee on my Grape Hyacinth Spring must surely be around the corner ?
 Random 5
  • Sometimes I like to break all the rules photography speaking….

  • I have to make lists,  I used to be able to remember my shopping list – now I write one and leave it behind on the kitchen counter.

  • Love this…….The lead singer played Tonks in the Harry Potter films

(Molotov Jukebox – Give It A Go (Live on Sky Atlantic Thronecast))

  • I’m trying to learn about WordPress do I really want to move my blog !!!!

  • Oh how I would love to go back to Jerome and the Gold King Mine.

Why not link up with Kim at Friday Finds
and Nancy at Random Five ?

Have a great weekend…..

Kim Klassen dot Com

BEYOND BEYOND DAY 38

2B, Beyond Beyond, kim klassen, still life, texture

Oh how I love my Wacom tablet and brushes as well so thanks Kim for this tutorial.

But I am going to have to practice a lot before I get to Kim’s standard.
But I did have fun !!!!
Kim’s second challenge was to take her photo and create our take on it. In Lightroom I slid the saturation down and adjusted the split toning to give it a monochrome effect, I added one of Kim’s textures(3101)  a little heart brush I created and a lovely quote.
Here is my still life featuring one of the lovely bottles I was given for Christmas from my niece , you will see them a lot. I used the light by the front door again and made the image as light as possible. I added a texture (Waterfront 1).
Such a great tutorial I loved getting back to some texture love.

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