Wednesday, January 2, 2008

Theme Thursday: Color


Please humor me while I play around in PS-Elements.  Thanks to all you commenters who offered advice as I immerse myself in this new world.  I've been editing my photos in two or three other programs, so I know the basics, but PS offers different ways of doing things that I'm busy exploring.  This is a long way of explaining this post:)...an experiment in selective color.  A new way of seeing for the new year!  Happy 2008!

16 comments:

Christina said...

Looks liek you're doing well in PS-E! Have fun playing!

chaoticfamily said...

Very cool affects - looks like fun - I need to learn how to do that - happy thursday theme day!

Windows Wide Open said...

Way coolie experimenting!!

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Stacy said...

love it! you know, i downloaded a free trail of ps elements and i just can't figure it out. i'd like to do effects similar to yours. how did you figure it out?

Head Gaggler said...

You did a great job. Those eyes are awesome.

Stacy said...

Looks good! It is fun to experiment with the different things the program can do. I have done so much with the program, and know I have just learned the tip of the iceberg!

Bonnie said...

very cool !

Maya said...

Good for you for trying it out!!! It's looking very cool.

Maggie said...

Excellent! I thought about doing something like this, but I couldn't get it to turn out right. Yours is awesome!

Melody A. said...

Nice little pop of blue.

Dawn said...

That's a great expression you captured!

chickadee said...

i know what you mean. i've been using picassa and picture it and am slowly trying to learn ps elements. it's hard! but fun. great shot.

Cari said...

Love the pop of blue. Great job.

Melissa D said...

Absolutely love it!! :) Stunning picture.

Golightly said...

Isn't it just fun! Excellent picture! I have one similar only it's a black and white picture of H. holding a blue balloon. I can't live without my PSE and I still have so much to learn!

Arizaphale said...

Lookin' good. Keep experimenting!