Sunday, January 08, 2012

Make it Interesting - Flickr Challenge #2

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Occasionally, I receive an email from someone who wants to know which imaging software I use, and how I create digitally. I've been asked to teach classes, but teaching has never been something that comes easily to me.  

One way to visualize the process is to just for me to include the original  images I've incorporated to create the final composition.  So today I decided to include them for those who enjoy seeing the 'before and after'.

Most people assume I use Photoshop - but they'd be wrong.  I have favored and always used Microsoft Digital Image (Silver), an applicaton that has been discontinued for several years now.   I'm always in awe of those who have mastered Photoshop or CS5 (I find old Microsoft habits hard to break) and  keep my fingers crossed that the upgrading of  operating systems as we dive into the technological future won't reach   a point to make my favorite software obsolete, ....cause....that'll be a sad day in Two's Studio.

Untitled digital collage for "Make it Interesting"
Copyright 2012 TwoDressesStudio
All Rights Reserved
Image Credits - noted below







Images incorporated into "Make It Interesting" above with permissions and  thanks to Finecrafted Designs,
McTrent on Flickr, Bobjagendorf - Flickr and
Holliewood Studios

If you are interested in participating in this challenge (only rule is the compulsory use of the McTrent image (bottom left) - click here
Have fun and thanks for reading!
 

3 comments:

Leila West said...

Well this sure is interesting, I really like this image! Love seeing the before and afters as well.

I may need to see if I can one day partake in this challenge, thank you for sharing! ...and I'm off to google the software you mentioned, I'm now very curious. :-)

Mary Helen-Art Saves Lives said...

I do love these images but I am totally lost when it comes to understanding how one creates these miraculous images. :0)! Have a great week dear friend! Mary Helen Fernandez Stewart

Holly Loves Art said...

Interesting and gorgeous! Happy new year Trudi!
Hugs
Holly