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Photos in an Artisan project can be edited using an Image Editor. They can be edited on the page or in the photos panel.
The layout in this video features beautiful makeup artistry. To showcase this talent, the video features a beautiful floral background design using a Shape Magic kit. While watching this video, you will see how to create a custom mask to apply to photos. And you will get to see a cluster embellishment put together piece by piece.
This year my Iris were blooming like crazy! I had more than a dozen blooms at the same time. Everyday I went out to look at them, I just couldn’t get enough of their beauty. I took a lot of pictures trying to capture the elegance of this flower. I wound up creating an acrylic print that captured the soft beauty of the Iris. This video features using a mask to create a dreamy acrylic print.
In this Start2Finish learn how to use the Facebook Travel Check-in image and photos you take while flying. When I travel, it is always fun to use Facebook’s check in feature. And then when I am up in the air, I love to take pictures looking out of the plane’s window. But I never do anything with the photos! So, on my trip to Pennsylvania I was determined to find a way to use these images.
The Photo Ribbon menu options allow you to modify photos right within Artisan Have you ever thought, “Wow, this would be a perfect photo if only it was brighter.” With Artisan 5.0, you will be surprised at all the digital darkroom-like tools that you have at your fingertips - right from your project.
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.
The main photo in this video features a group image from an event I hosted. The layout highlights the photo with beautiful muted colors that mimic the hotel setting. The highlight in this S2F is the use of masks. Using a mask whether on your photos or content is one of the easiest ways to create a dreamy, subdued design.