Monday, December 22, 2008

Experimenting with different tools

In the spirit of Steve, I am posting one of my photos from London this past summer. I think it came out really cool.

Now back to my post for the day. As a single person, there's really no rush for me to get the decorations up on the tree. Of course, it would help if I knew where to find them in the first place:) Well, I finally did discover my secret hiding place for decorations and got them all up today. I think I was listening to a lot of Burl Ives when I bought them because they are mostly silver and gold with an underlying snowflake theme. I took a few shots and the second one is cool, but I haven't quite figured out how to make it look more professional in the editing aspect.


linda said...

Love them both. Good idea and good practice. We have no tree, so I can't even try it this year. Maybe I'll try to find something else reflective and post my take on the "reflection" theme.

Bridget said...

very nice jayme!
i am glad you found your decorations.
i am about to start a search mission for some ornaments i bought for my kids:)
love burl ives and the silver and gold song.

trishalyn said...

Thanks for sharing your great image from London! (Being single DOES have its advantages! Ha!). Also loved your reflective Christmas photos...very cool!!! How did you do that last one? I assume Photoshop? I'm amazed at what you and Steve can do with that program. Great job, Jayme!!!

Framing Images and Memories said...

Nice job Jayme..I like the second photo affect with the blk/wht-color. Have a great holiday now that you are all decorated!

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