06 November 2008

I am off to Melbourne tomorrow

Teaching a workshop

Should be fun and I get to catch up with Ro and Jen and other bloggers.
By the way the book and the subsequent pages in the last post

were all digital – yep that’s right!

Layers and layers of photoshop work.

Have a great weekend.


Anonymous said...

Hi Judy
I wish i could work out how to use photoshop , just can't get it though ......You seem to have cracked it just right though love those pages .Enjoy your trip.
Lorraine xxx

Lynn said...

Have a fun workshop...love the photo here of little houses (beach houses??)...and kudos for working Photoshop so well for the aged looked photos! Yes!

Leslie said...

Oh, do share more! I love this stuff!

Ro Bruhn said...

It was great to catch up again Judy and hang on to your Merlot. The things your students were making in class looked awesome.

paris parfait said...

Judy, thanks so much for your good wishes about our election victory! Hope you have a great trip. Love these photos.

MB Shaw said...

Fantastic images. The colors are marvelous. I'm a Photoshop newbie, can edit only, don't seem to be able to do much more, but your work is inspiring!!!

Tiglizzyclone said...

I like those photos. Nice work with photoshop.

Colette said...

Dear Judy hi. I am taking your class in Sydney next weekend.

I wonder if you can answer a few questions re materials for me.

Is it ok to use patchwork fabric to cover the accordian? Is one long piece used or bits and pieces?

Is tapestry too thick if it is one long piece?

Can I ask what size your lockets are and how much do they cost? What size should I prepare a photo to fit in one?

Also with vintage photos printed with an inkjet printer - is ordinary paper ok or is thicker like card better?

Couldn't find your email so I hope it's ok to ask here.