Sunday, July 22, 2007

The 180 continues


I'm not really thrilled with this but the one thing that MaryEllen's challenge thoroughly did was light a fire under me to start looking at all the things I can do with my camera and with my software.
I'm not really sure what happened here. The background is supposed to be white and as I set the pictures to make a separation grid, it all turned blue 1/3 of the way down. The learning curve is definitely going to be a steep one.

8 comments:

E~li~si said...

If I tried to do this, it would probably look like a jigsaw puzzle...I think you did very well.

Naturegirl said...

Mary Ellen's challenge is an amazing
idea!! Love what you did in the last few posts!! Certainly worth a try in looking at our photos differently !
Happy day to you! hugs NG

tash said...

I don't know what program you used to make this, so I can't really comment - but if it's bought software it might have a manual with it, or try Googling, there are some good tutorials out there!

Sue "Sioux" Seibert said...

I love this. You did great! As to the blue...go figure! I'm not good with the software. Raf is , however.

paris parfait said...

I think you did a fine job! I must investigate all the possibilities of my photo software. xo

Kim said...

Oh! I really like this - it's fresh and summery.

Mary Timme said...

At first I didn't see what you meant, and finally I saw. At least it is light blue! Computers! Software! Ugh! I've yet to learn how to make a collage, let alone set up a header with pictures and unique type!

Bimbimbie said...

I looked in on Cattycat and will have a go but the daunting thought is how do you make a collage to display them. Does anyone know in easy baby beginner steps please *!*