Sunday, September 09, 2007

Eliza Takes A Sunrise Snorkle

I followed Sue O'kieffe's Photoshop Layer Mask Tutuorial and am amazed to be able to move Eliza to a different scene. While it is not perfect, it demonstrates that even moi can do this tutorial. Thank you Sue! You are wonderful!

9 comments:

Rima said...

if it weren't so late, I'd be screaming my head off! know what? I think I will after all... YAAAAY! WOOOWWW! WOOHOO! Look at you, such a poet with the mouse! Absolutely beautiful! Gorgeous, gorgeous image - I want to be this Eliza at this precise moment...

Frances said...

Lovely lovely picture Bobbie. Now I do have to try again.

Hannah's Mom said...

I love it!! Oh, I cant wait for next summer!! Too have more time to play with this. Thank you for sharing with us. :)
Have a fabulous day!

Sweet Irene said...

You did a great job on that one Bobbie. I seem to be surrounded by very talented people. I can't stand it! I must learn to do these things myself, but I am having irrational fears of layering and masks. It gives me anxiety!

Beverley said...

Yes, Eliza in paradise! I sometimes feel a bit sorry for her, all the things which are done to her, sometimes put into little bits in undeniably lovely patterns, but not this time LOL

Debi said...

Thanks to Sue -- and Rima for getting the word out -- for that tutorial. I haven't done it myself yet, but I see its value and even better, I see something WONDERFUL you did with the knowledge. Beautiful, Mom!

Neda said...

Ohhh! This truly brilliant! I love her placement. It is as if she is going toward the sunset (well not THAT sunset!). I mean, I can almost smell the evening air and feel the sand...Amazing!!

Sue O'Kieffe said...

I am sure Eliza loved her late night dip.
Woohoo wild clapping ensues!

~Sue

Rima said...

Bobbie, I came back again to see your beautiful creation - it's something else, that mood, the way you've captured the feel of a seaside sunset, I could stare at it for hours, and get happily lost in this moment in time. It really, really speaks to me and makes me long to live along the seashore even more. You really did a marvelous job here.