October 29, 2010

Friday Fun

 Photoshop Elements Fun

"Before" the Magic!

Studio time for art has been very limited this past week. However, my sweet friend Lynn (Her Creative Spirit) introduced me to Kim Klassen's blog a few weeks ago, and I signed up for Kim's FREE Skinny-Mini Photoshop E-course immediately. (Click here to go there!)


Having taken a few e-courses in the past, I approached Kim's class with apprehension. After all . . . how good could it be if it's free, I asked myself - on the other hand, what could I loose? I honestly have to say that I was hooked after the first video. My plain pics were beautifully transformed by using a few easy techniques.

"Before" the Transformation!

Kim is an awesome teacher, and her lessons are short and to the point. Best of all . . . the price is more than right! If you're into photos and Photoshop or Photoshop Elements, sign up for Kim's next free e-class. (Click here to go there!) You won't regret it!

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Your Friday "Freebie"
Courtesy of the Library of Congress
A PNG File
and . . .
A Jpeg too!

Wishing you a day filled with seasonal delights!

22 comments:

Marit said...

I love what you did with your photos! Yes, photoshop has some amazing features (I work with Photoshop for over 10 years now, so I don't think I need the course...) Your freebie is a fun one today! Love it! Thanks!

Cynthia Schelzig,Cynnie said...

Love what you did with your fotos and yes, I signed up for the next class with Kim...I can´t wait!!!
Thanks for the freebie too!!

Diane said...

These could be cards--I love them! I don't have Photoshop, but I would love to learn--a little scary for me if it involves the computer....maybe in my future...:)

Marilyn Rock said...

Thanks for sharing your photoshop fun. Wonderful. Your freebie is fun and I thank you for sharing. Happy Halloween; have a safe one! xxoo

Healing Woman said...

If your photos are examples of what you learned in Kim's class, then I'm sold. They really look vintage. I usually just go to Picnik editor but I will certainly check out her class.

Thanks for sharing this and to Lynn for letting you know. Not sure how to use the old gents picture...yet..
Thanks!

Kathy said...

Kim definitely does some cool stuff. Love the pumpkin pics you did. That photo reminds me of Red Skelton for some reason. Thanks for the freebie! Happy Halloween!! - Kathy

~*~Patty S said...

teaching with videos sounds like my cup of tea Terri, I need visuals

Love the pumpkin magic you've created...how exciting!

Wish I didn't need to sleep at night :)

Thanks as always for sharing!
Happy Weekend to you and yours
oxo

Diana Evans said...

oh what fun Terri!!! lovely pumpkins ....hope you have a wonderful and spooky weekend!!!

Hugs
Diana

Sue said...

Gorgeous photos! I don't use photoshop, but am going to check out this class.

Happy Halloween!

Sue:)

Lorraine @ creativedaily said...

The photos look fabulous Terri - I love seeing before and afters. Kim has done a great job on this class - lots of fun. Thanks for the freebie - will ponder what to do with the senator!

Kimmie said...

That is very cool! I will have to go check it out ... I've been wanting to figure out how to do that!

And that old guy looks like mark twain! I love him!

Sue@MyArtsDesire said...

Terri, Thanks for the free pic of the "Senator"...I'm going to vote for him next week as he's awesome!!

And I wholeheartedly agree with everything you said about Kim's free class {or any of her online classes}! Love the textured effects to your photos...Xo, Sue

Astrid Maclean said...

Thanks for another wonderful image Terri and for the photoshop class link! The way you trasformed those photos looks awsome. I signed up straight away!
Hugs and have a great weekend

The Rustic Victorian said...

Oh fun! I see alot these elements,backgrounds,,very kewl.

The Rustic Victorian said...

The man is just waiting to hold something! He is great!

sharon said...

Terri...they are just so beautiful! Your talents are endless girl!

Thank you for that great freebie also!

Amy said...

look at that grumpy ole' man..I wonder what his stories are..that's what I like about old people..they have many stories! Great transformations on your picture's..very festive Terri

Ozstuff said...

Thanks for the great freebie, Terri. I'm sure we all have loads of ladies but very few gents so this one is most welcome.

Lynn said...

Woo hoooooo, love your texture work girlfriend :)I love how the textures can add so much to a plain photo, not that your's are plain but you know what I mean :)
Thanks for the freebie, he is cute :)

A Dancing Mango said...

Hi Terri,
I can always count on coming here for some new and exciting fun!
Love that envelope you created!!
Are you going to really send that in the mail?..
OMG.. I would be so afraid of it getting ripped open.. or torn or.. something..
So nice to be here.. Hugs, Darlene
Miss you girl.. ♥smile♥

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

I am so sorry I have been MIA from your blog. I am going to sign up for the free PS class. I don't have the latest PS, but I might be able to work with what I have. Your photos are stunning, and I have always wanted that layered look. How sweet of you to pass on the info. And I love your freebie, too. Hope you had a great weekend.

Trudi Sissons - Two Dresses Studio said...

Beautiful work Terri -they are so soft and mmmmm touchable...lovely!