Using masks on a layout gives you a creative design to your page. This mask formula will take the guess work out of creating a custom mask.
Showing posts with tag "Inspiration: Photo Effects".
Want to mute or tone down the a paper, embellishment, or photo, but do not want to see behind that element? Using a blend layer will achieve the results vs reducing the opacity of these elements. This tip will show you how to apply both a blend layer and reduce the opacity of an element. And, when to use each of the tools.
This page was inspired by my desire to make a photo pop up from an image. With the cuteness that is Bucky, the custom cut tool, shape editing and some custom shadowing. I achieved the result of popping him up from the photo. Join me as I create this fun page.
Explore the Emboss Filter, an Artisan filter that mimics the look of relief sculpture carving.
This video will show you a creative way to use your favorite photos as part of your titles.
Use the embedded image editor to keep the characteristics of a live photo holder.
In part 2 of this series, we will explore how Palettize, an Artisan Stylize Filter, can be used to add an artistic flair to photos that may not be as crisp and clear as you would have liked.
Explore how Posterize, an Artisan Stylize Filter, can give a new life to your photos by transforming them into poster style works of art.
What seems so small will have huge impact as you apply the techniques shown in the video to a variety of elements on your pages. Think about tucking your title behind a panorama, or a number behind the birthday girl. This simple technique can create great impact.
This Start2Finish features one photo and the use of a mask. I think the use of a mask on a page gives even the creatively challenged person a stunning page. A mask adds instant design without any work. This page is deceptive in that it really doesn’t take a lot of elements to create. The main element is the photo with a mask applied. And then a handful of embellishments to enhance the page.