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Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Playing with Picnik

I've been having a play today using picnik with a couple of photos I took at Whiteman Park. a few weeks ago.It's a huge park about 15 minutes drive from my place.There is a pioneer village,tractor and car museum,vintage railway,playground,wildlife park..Needless to say it's really wonderful there,and one of my favourite places to take Denver. Anyway i have to make some used postage stamp atc's so I thought I would use the cobb&co image at the bottom.I ltook alot of colour from  the pics using the sepia tool added a frosted edge and then used a few of the textures.I was really happy how they turned out.Might even make a few cards with them.

7 comments:

ann said...

Chris I love what you have done with the photos.
That frosted tool has a fantastic affect.
Really fab vintage aged photos !!!!

Lisa K said...

They look great babe!!

amanda73 said...

oh wow, love your editting..that sounds like an awesome place

lizzyc said...

oh wow Chris these look fabulous.. another site i have found that has a lot of options for changing photos is befunky.com.. if you google that you should get the site.. hope your day is going great!xx

Annie Laurie said...

Great work Chris! I work on the Picnik team in Seattle and it is great to see you using the new texture feature in such a creative way. Keep up the great work!

-Annie, Team PIcnik

Annie Laurie said...

Great work Chris! I work on the Picnik team in Seattle and it is great to see you using the new texture feature in such a creative way. Keep up the great work!

-Annie, Team PIcnik

Jenny Blair said...

Wow! I'm so impressed! These photos look fantastic! I've only ever used picnik to crop and enhance colours but I feel my paintings may now have a bit of a frosted vintage look :)x