25 September 2012

double exposure

last night, i whipped up a few double exposures in photoshop. they only take a minute to make, and i love seeing how shapes and colors and sizes play with one another. 

but now i've got some real wedding editing to do -- so i'm off to my favorite bookshop and a warm drink cozied in my hand. it's overcast in denver -- gotta take advantage of that! ; ) 

21 comments:

  1. My favourite is definitely the ring and string lights one. I love the fuzzy whimsy of these.

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  2. That third photo is my absolute favorite! So pretty :)
    xo Heather
    http://ahopelessnotebook.blogspot.com/

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  3. These are wonderful. I've been working on practicing some double exposures as well. Photoshop makes it almost too easy.

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  4. ooooh I love the pic of the photos with the flowers over it. SO COOL!
    Gotta try this.
    Trish

    www.jellybonesblog.blogspot.com

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  5. the second last is so so cute - I love these, makes me wanna play around on photoshop ;) ;)

    xo
    http://kittysnooks.blogspot.ca/

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  6. They're amazing! Have fun in the bookshop! Sounds like the perfect place to be inspired!

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  7. echoing the other comments but that third one down is my faaaaavorite of this set. love it.

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  8. Fun!

    I just posted double exposure photos yesterday about blended beauty.
    I figured out how to use it with Picmonkey.
    I must say that you are right! It is splendid fun!

    I really like your second photo. It is beautiful and makes me think of all the flowers that may have been given in the faded past. =)

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  9. aw gorgeous photos! Sounds like a lovely day! It's dark and wintery this morning in Newcastle :) making me excited for Christmas!

    Ps I loved the sound of the nutella drink, will definitely be trying that one out


    raspberrykitsch.com

    xx

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  10. Feeling inspired by this! Need to go through my images to try and find some colors and patterns to combine. The wedding photo(s) is adorable!

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  11. whoaaa i love the third one especially. how artsy :) and pretty.

    xo,
    kristyn

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  12. Beautiful images and an interesting idea.

    I just found your blog and I ADORE it! :)

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  13. @jemi k thanks for the sweet comment & for reading along!

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  14. wow! the image where the ring is being put on goes perfectly with the hanging lights! it's kind of like the lightbulb is the ring. how cute would that be? (o^____^o)♥

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  15. @chika san that's perceptive! honestly, i didn't notice that specifically myself. i love hearing what people pick up on in my photos that i fail to see. people really are very keen! thank you. : )

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  16. These are soooo lovely! I just came across your blog and I am so glad I did! I love you space here

    -Milynn, your newest follower.
    Love & Whimsy

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  17. Oh my gosh these are so cool!

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