A very simple method of making your image work in a scrap page or flipping it to coordinate in a photo book, is to rotate the image. I have to admit... I rotate all of the time.
Not just images but paper, overlay, frames, etc. I use this to my advantage, to make it work. If you have never rotated? Well my friend, it is time to give it a try.
In Photoshop CS3 you can Crtl T to get your free-transform box, right click and all of you options are there. You can also go to, Image, rotate canvas. In Elements you will need to go to Image, rotate. There you can choose to rotate your entire canvas or just an individual layer.
So I had the pleasure of watching Grace for a few hours yesterday while her parents went out to supper.
This is one of the images I took of her in their pool. She is such a cutie!! :)
I need an image that has the theme "summertime" for our next camera club meeting. I may use this one. So I flipped it to see what it looked like if she was not upside down. Normally when I rotate an image it really makes no big difference. But to me... the upside down version does not look like her at all. I would go as far as saying that if someone showed it to me, I would not think it was Grace. Take a look and tell me what you think? I did nothing to the image, promise. No face manipulation, no color changes. The exact same image flipped vertical.
On a separate note: I am almost finish with my blog upgrade. I am happy with the background paper I made. I love the new stretch template and the bigger images. I have posted the new header I made. A friend made the comment that it looks kind of Christmasy. Now that is all I see when I look at it. LOL! So watch for a few more changes to come. I do hope you like the new layout?
Do you find the font to small?
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Happy Weekend everyone!!