Monday, March 11, 2013

Vicariously Visiting Ace Hotel in Palm Springs...

Have I ever mentioned how much fun it is to play with photos and digitally alter them?  Today's image is a compilation of an image that Kim gave us to play with in Beyond Beyond (the chairs sit outside the Ace Hotel in Palm Springs) and a photo of me when I was a little girl.  I've never been to California, but a girl can play!

Linking up with Beyond BeyondOur World TuesdayTexture TuesdaySweet Shot Tuesday

34 comments:

  1. Fun game!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

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  2. A financially efficient way to travel.

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    1. I seem to have mastered time travel too. LOL But alas, it does seem to be missing something in the experiential realm.

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  3. ha, ha! Love this, so creative!

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  4. Very interesting indeed. Admit, that I do have no knowledge of alike work at all.

    Please have a good Tuesday.

    robert geiß

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    1. Thanks Robert. Just a few fun tricks in Photoshop.

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  5. My goodness! If you weren't the cutest little kid! Great job with the photo. I traveled that way too....

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    1. Thanks Jean. It's a great way to time travel. LOL

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  6. Very creative and a lot of fun!

    Happy Tuesday. ☺

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    1. Thanks Dana. Hope you have a great day too!

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  7. Fabulous! I love it. And you are darling! Great job.

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    1. Thanks Janel. You've got to love those cute, messy little braids...my camping look!

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  8. Wow...now that is so cool. I wish I knew how to do that? Do you teach?

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    1. Thanks Susan. No, I don't teach but if you have Photoshop Elements (I have version 11), play around with the Magic Wand tool. That's how I figured out how to isolate my 'little self' from the background of the old image and then I put it on top of the new image. I bet if you Googled it you'd find some tutorials on Youtube or somewhere. Remember to make a duplicate copy of your image (File-duplicate) before you start so that you don't ruin the original. Have fun playing.

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  9. Great compositing, Linda! Fun image!

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    1. Thanks Roxi. It was a fun little exercise.

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  11. A really terrific job here...

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  12. Fun! You did a great job.. your little self blends into the new photo very naturally! Love those chairs, too!

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    1. Thanks Amanda. Have a great ending to this week!

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  13. It's not too late to share at WW Bloggers at www.wordlesswednesdaybloggers.blogspot.com. Hope you'll join us!

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