with pops of red and other colors
made me swoon.
I was really torn on this paper because I really
liked the B-side which is really
cool ledger looking.
However, when I tossed this photo on this polka dotted paper with
the fun, colorful numbers as a mat there was no debate.
And I didn't want to overwhelm everything either.
So I kept the embellies light.
And believe it or not, I love mists, I adore mists,
but I was really going back and forth whether to include
mists on the page.
I have also been trying to use that red striped bag
forever. It does have a gold heart emblazoned on it and
I think that was my problem because I have
issues covering up cool things like that.
I also doodled the outline.
I'll give you a minute to recover from your shock.
So Lou's sweet smile is front and center and
that was the goal.
I also love the PL card that I cut down.
I KNOW - I'm just breaking all kinds of issues
that have been plaguing me.
Studio Calico, Spellbinder leaves (I think) from my die cut box.
Those hearts match the card better IRL.
And the mist really added that something extra.
But I do love the crispness of the entire page.
OKay - so if you follow me, you know I have been extremely annoyed
with apple no supporting aperture anymore, so I stumbled
upon Aftershot Pro3 and after viewing a couple
of videos - took the leap.
Anyone use that photoshop? If so, let me know.
Aperture does so many things behind the scenes that don't
need thinking about and keeps a lot of hoop jumping to a minimum
that is causing a great stumbling block for me to
be able to move on.
However, there is going to come a time when Aperture is
going to cease to exist and I need to be ahead of that disaster
so I can access my photos in the future.
I think Aftershot is the closest to modeling Aperture.
Fingers crossed I didn't waste my money.