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Sunday, July 17, 2011

Kim Klassen's Free Photoshop Skinny Mini eCourse

Hey there - Happy Sunday!

I signed up with Kim Klassen for her FREE Photoshop Skinny Mini eCourse which started this past Monday.  I'm playing catch-up this weekend, 'cause we had the grandkids a couple of days this week, and a couple of All-Star ballgames to attend.  Grandson was in both of these!  He made a run and caught the ball that ended the game.  His team WON!  Yay!!! 
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 Kim's course is really well done!  Easy to follow, on video, so if you forget something (really?), you can go back over her instructions easily.  I don't have Photoshop, tho'.  My program is Paint Shop Pro X3 (PSP X3).  These programs are pretty much the same, just a few differences.  My photos have the same result, just done a little differently in one or two steps.

Day 1:  A photo of my beautiful calico, Susie, before and after.  We just had to add some text to a photo here.


& after.

Day 2:  Here are a couple of photos from our garden: a stargazer and a gladiolus.  We had to adjust the contrast and add text.


& after.


& after.
I really like the way the stargazer turned out!  Love the glad, just because it's RED! LOL!

I don't think there was anything for Day 3. 

Day 4:  We used one of Kim's images and one of her beautiful textures, then added text.


& after.
We have one more week of these very informative classes.  You might want to hop over to Kim's to see when the next eCourse is.

Until next time...take care and God Bless!




Poppy said...

Congratulations to your grandson!Feels wonderful to see their achievement... These before and after shots are truly amazing! especially the last one... thanks for sharing and for your sweet comment on my decoupaged planter, enjoyed reading it. I'm happily following you back. Have a great week!~Poppy

Bunny Jean said...

I need a class in Photoshop...

What I really need is a REAL camera.

Looking forward to seeing more of your blog.

xoxo Bunny Jean


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