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Learning how to use CS5 Textures thanks to Kim Klassen : )Canon 7DTamron 18-200mmTaken at the NC ArboretumAsheville, NC, USA
hydrangea, flower, textures, photomanipulation, christine annas
Being creative is good for my soul. : )Thank you so much for viewing and commenting on my works!
Stunning Christine!!…looks amazing in the frame! Well done!
Thank you so much, Marie! So glad you like this one!
– Christine Annas
Thanks so very much, Tracy!
very beautiful , gorgeous work Christine !
Thank you, Dovey!
beautiful work Chris, excellent texture PP :)))
Thank you so much, Margi! I appreciate all your support.
Gorgeous work Christine!!!
Thanks so much Marens, and for adding this image to your favorites, too!
great work :) xxx
A great big thank you : )
It looks ethereal! Beautiful texture work, Chris.
Thank you, Celeste. I am just beginning to learn this program….very slow going! So glad you like this and thanks for the fave, too!
Wow!! Such a soft and delicate image. Your producing some wonderful images in CS5. If your like me, even though it is blowing your mind your having the time of your life! I just love figuring it out (ps. I don’t have it figured out!) This would make such a gorgeous wedding invitation! I just love it Christine! Can’t wait to see more!
So many choices and options…it’s like going shoe shopping!!! LOL!! I had to do this step by step along with a tutorial by Kim Klassen until I got the look I wanted, then added my own special touches. I played with pics all day yesterday, what fun! Thanks so much for the comment and fave, you are always so nice : )
And learning it very well… :)))) Such a lovely image Chris… Wonderful work GF.. :)))xx fav
LOL, mind boggling after using simple editing programs for almost 3 years! But what fun I’m having!Thanks for stopping in, are you on the road yet? Can’t wait to see some travel pics from you. Thanks and take care!
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