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    Wednesday
    Jan062010

    Psychedelic Mandala Experiment

    "Staring at the blank page before you
    Open up the dirty window
    Let the sun illuminate the words that you could not find"
    ~ Natasha Bedingfield, "Unwritten"

    Photoshop CS4 is an intricate web of digital creative potential wrapped in a box of new-to-me processes, commands and icons. What I am trying to say is that it's complex. And incredible. Geez.

    I've been working up the STEEP learning curve. I think of something I want to do and then figure out how to do it. Here's the result of my curiosity about combining two unique images. Like a double exposure in the world of film cameras. Two mandalas on 8x8" watercolor paper, combined in Photoshop. I took the Fringe mandala, inverted it, and added the Saturated Grid mandala. I'm having too much fun.

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    oooohhhh...i'm so jealous! i would love to have/learn photoshop. have you always had it or did you recently add it to your computer?

    01.7.2010 | Unregistered Commenterstacy wills

    Stacy, I bought the software (CS4) a month ago! I'd been eeking along with Picasa (which can do basic edits quite efficiently) and Aperture (even better, and solid for photo management) but still wanted to do more! ~ Tammy

    01.7.2010 | Registered Commentergypsy

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