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Once again, this lovely woman was found in the archives of the Library of Congress. I fell in love with that fabulous coat. She's so smart looking and chic, I couldn't resist placing her in a romantic setting. I know you'll find wonderful ways to use this image. Enjoy!
Earlier this week I had an art date with my dear friend Roc from WhatsUpRoc. We laughed and played, and tried some new techniques. Then we laughed some more and giggled like two naughty schoolgirls. (We called each other Lucy and Ethel!) In other words, we thoroughly enjoyed our time together.
The following video of a background technique is a result of our "play time". Be forewarned (and kind!). This is our very first venture into cinematography. Roc demonstrated the technique (quite brilliantly, in my opinion) on a first take, and I held the camera - at times a bit unsteadily. It's real and 'raw' - just watch for Roc's blue fingers! The decision to record a video was spontaneous. We didn't have a tripod, a dedicated video camera or fancy equipment. It was shot using my little point and shoot Sony Cyber-shot digital camera.
Hope you enjoyed our first video. We had such a good time, we just might follow it up with another!