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Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Hummingbird


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  1. Great out-of-frame composition. And it looks blends perfectly with the black background of your blog.

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    1. Thank you, Mike! I make the background of the image the same color as my blog background so that it blends that way. I think it makes for a nice added touch. :)

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  2. LIKE IT! HUMMINGBIRDS ARE NEAT! LOVE YA SIS!

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    1. Yes, they are very cool to watch. Thanks, Janis! :)

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  3. That's terrific, and a great idea! Talk about thinking "out of the box"!

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  4. Well done!
    I know you love making these :-)))

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    1. Yes I do! You know me well, Jonie! Thank you! :)

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  5. Now, that is way cool! I'd like to try that if I knew how. LOL I like the combo of B&W and color too. Great! :)

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    1. You use the Warp tool -- or whatever similar tool you have in the program you use. It let's you move in the sides to get the perspective you want for the picture frame. Then you add a transparent image such as the hummingbird and place where you want it. Also, I love to do colorization on a B&W photo -- cool effect! Thank you, Anna! :)

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