DIY: Life Size Photo Booth Wall Art
Free photo apps that enhance your iPhone's camera. Definitely going to look into these.
take a picture of the first and last day of school to see how much they change over the last year. such a great idea!!
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Instead of portraying objects with a flat, 2D representation I think trying something like this where we separate the components of an object and depict it in a 3D representation would be quite creative and interesting. This also fits in with our theme since the components of the object almost look like "layers" emerging to create one, whole object. Maybe we can apply this idea to any infographics we create that portray the various components or "breaking down" of certain objects.
3D printers are a revolutionary technology that basically allows you to print objects from a computer based template. Using photography, Ben Sandler imagined a future world where we could create whatever we needed from these handy 3D printers, check out the full series below.
I HAVE ALWAYS WANTED TO DO THIS Here are all the things bought. (all found at walmart) This entire project was under $20. My kind of project! *pictures you want to use * 2 20x30 foam core boards (two black ones $2.88 each) *poster hanger thingies ($2.44) *foam brushes ($.97) *double sided tape ($3) *mod podge (matte - otherwise there's a glare)
For all the pictures you have and no frames to put them in. So neat!
Instagram Clothesline! Step One: Print 24 of your favorite Instagram pics from Printstagram (http://printstagr.am/). They are twelve dollars and arrive in 48 hours. Step Two: Hang Twine Step Three: Clip pictures using mini colored clothespins. I got mine on Amazon but any craft store should have them. Voila!
Cool idea @Alicia Packwood :-) Instagram Clothesline! Step One: Print 24 of your favorite Instagram pics from Printstagram (printstagr.am/). They are twelve dollars and arrive in 48 hours. Step Two: Hang Twine Step Three: Clip pictures using mini colored clothespins. I got mine on Amazon but any craft store should have them. Voila!
How to: Photo to look like canvas. Cheap and easy way. BRILLIANT
b+a Steps: 1. Cropped ever so slightly 2. Apply Gaussian Blur to background. 3. Ran Florabella's Ambrosia action then reduced opacity to 50% and turned off the "light" layers. 4. Ran Florabella's Sweet Sunshine and reduced to 20% 5. Ran Florabella's Highlight Protection. 6. Slight levels adjustment to boost contrast. 7. Slight Hue/Saturation adjustment to lighten Reds. 8. Sharpen. Voila! **She has disclaimer that grandma was supporting babies head.
smoothing backdrop tips