Monday, April 09, 2012

Perfectly Pink

These edited images were created after watching a video in Kim Klassen's Test Kitchen.  This video gave instructions on a "vintage pastel" technique.  She does the most wonderful edits with images that would be considered rather ordinary.  From this original I did two edits.  Unfortunately they don't show up here on this white background as well as they did on my Photoshop workspace.
first edit below using the "vintage pastel" technique and a frame from an online class at Jessica Sprague.

second edit below using two of Kim's textures "And Then Some" and "Annabelle".  
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Sandy said...

just so pretty Marilyn! I love the soft pastel tones. Isn't it amazing what all Kim can do and most of all she is so generous to share with us!

Hope you have a great week!

Anneke said...

A marvelous picture to start with. Great editing too!

johanna said...

"perfectly pink" indeed! gorgeous!

Terrie said...

This is gorgeous and turned out SO beautifully! I didn't even realize it was Tuesday til I saw your post while reading my Reader... oh dear, guess I missed this week!

Teresa Schmid said...

Very pretty!

SueAnn Lommler said...

So beautiful!! Love the last photo!! Gorgeous

Sherri B. said...

They're all beautiful, both the original and the textured images! Great effects.

Carol said...

Oh, this is lovely!

Barb said...

Hi Marilyn,
Luv the end result, sooo soft and enjoyable to the eye.

Beth said...