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On occasion I post articles to an online magazine called Her View From Home. I wrote this article a while back, but thought the images were fun enough to post on my own blog. Here is the article…. I woke up early on Saturday morning and decided it was a good day to go photograph the capital building in Lincoln. My dad mentioned he was going to an archaeology meeting in Grand Island
I had an art show at the hospital in Kearney, Nebraska. It was a great experience, and I am glad I was given that unique opportunity. One of my friends worked at the hospital and took me to the “Walkway Gallery” and I thought it was perfect. It was a long hallway with nice soft lighting with art on both sides. At the end of the hallway the artist’s name was up
I was looking through my collection of pictures, and ran across this picture I took at Pioneer Village in the historical store. I worked a little HDR magic on it and it had some warm, fun colors.
If you are an artist or photographer, there may come a time when you decide to stretch your own canvas to save some cash. Especially if you decide to have your own art show, you may have quite a few prints that need stretched, and you will end up saving quite a bit of money if you stretch them yourself. I am going to give you a short tutorial on how
I created a four minute tutorial that explains how to add a texture to a photo in Photoshop. This photo I adjusted to make it look like an old postcard.