Hey there my lovelies ... did you enjoy our black and white edition of PAF as much as I did? You really shared some stunning pieces of photo art ... AGAIN!
A few of you applied the Gradient Map satin effect to your black and white edits with amazing results. Thank you so much for your enthusiasm and sharing. I have only applied that effect to still life images and flower images, so you have inspired me to try it on all kinds of photos now. Thank you!
Several of you have expressed interest in how I create my digital photo art collages such as the first image in my last PAF post. So I want to let you know I have been putting together a digital photo-art collage e-course on that very topic. It's looking good and I am really excited about it.
This project is a sweet marriage of two of my degrees (a Masters degree in Education and a separate graduate degree in Adult Training & Education), and my skills in art and now digital photo art. Can't wait to share all the details of this e-course project with you.
Putting together a course for you is more work than I anticipated at first - mainly because I keep adding textures, backgrounds and other resources to the package. It is thus taking more time than I planned, but I want it to be chocked full of great information, exclusive resources, written and video work flow demos, and ideas that will help you make some digital art collages that are uniquely and meaningfully your own. If I don't get carried away with all the ideas I have (and all the fun I'm having!) I should be able to present it to you in a few weeks.
In the meantime, I have prepared this texture for you. It's called bleu en bleu and I love it. Let me know what you think.