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I love this! Please tell me how you did it?
Good morning, Georgie. I’d like to say I did something amazing, something difficult to explain. But in truth, I downloaded Pixlr and it’s a simple double exposure of two of my photos with one of their frames. Although I have Pixlr on my iPhone and iPad (probably never to be used on the former), I also downloaded it on my laptop. This picture was created on my iPad. So glad you like it. My husband was underwhelmed. 🙂
Thank you! I am definitely going to investigate Pixlr.
There’s much more than this there, Georgie. I’m just getting started.
love the creativity and energy – fav part is the blue – 😉
Glad you enjoyed it. I’ve been seeing some blogging friends doing this and wanted to try it. With Pixlr, it’s simple, only getting the right combination of photos.
oh you showed your secre so easily! ha! and I noticed the first commenter asked you how you did it ….
and It seems like a cool software app….
And a free one, always a big plus in my book!
have a great day J!
I like it!
Thanks, Sue. I’ve been seeing this done on other blogs and had to give it a shot.
Reall nice looks like you made good use of Pixlr.
Glad you like it, Carol. I imagine I’ll be doing some more experimenting.
That’s a very interesting concept Janet – very clever too!
It’s fun, Debbie, although getting the right combination of photos can be hard. Much to learn and try yet here, but so far, it’s been fun.
This one is a beaut.
Thanks very much, Sherry.
This is so cool!! Love it!
Thanks, Janet. I do, too. I’ve been wanting to try it and finally did.
I’m glad you did! It’s a bright image in an otherwise dark morning
I hope your day gets as bright as the image, Janet!
Good. I usually am, too, although there are days… Hope this isn’t one of those days, although I realize I don’t know if you meant dark outside or dark inside yourself. 🙂
Dark outside. But the horizon is brightening. And from what I understand from those who follow these things – the full moon and eclipse (tomorrow), coupled with the clouds and rain, no doubt, has people in a bit of a funk, generally. Or as I sometimes say, “I can’t seem to get out of my own way, today”. Keep your eyes on the horizon!!
I’m off to work shortly, so my horizon will be the door of the tea shop. 🙂 Hope your Wednesday is wonderful.
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🙂 Thanks very much.
Janet, so delighted that you are experimenting with Pixlr. Really enjoyed the blending of the two.
Thanks for introducing me to this, Sally. I have a feeling I’ll be doing a lot more of it.
It’s a journey of discovery.
I love how seamless the blending is, Janet. Very nicely done!
Love to hear that, Dan. A fortuitous start. 🙂
Well done, Janet. The effect in the glass with the ice cubes is my favorite. I have been using Pixlr on my Mac a bit more myself in the last week thanks to Sally’s examples, and now yours.
I did this one on my iPad, but I want to see how it works on my laptop, as I do most of my editing there and have almost all my photos there.
There is a desktop version available for Windows and Mac. Do you have the webpage?
I downloaded it from the Pixlr site. I just Googled it. Just haven’t used it on the laptop yet. For anyone looking for it, it’s https://pixlr.com/.
Be sure to check the various categories and download the available effects. They add a few, several times a year.
Love this Janet. You are going to love Pixlr. It is so so easy to use
Thanks, Raewyn. One more way to have editing fun. 🙂
🙂 This looks absolutely great!
Something new I need to learn 😉
Have a very HAPPY day 🙂
Glad you love it. It’s easy. Seeing which photos go together the best is the hard part, but fun. Enjoy!
Really beautiful and so intriguing, Janet. 🙂
This has turned out pretty good 🙂
Glad you like it, Paula. I liked it a lot. Reminded me of Peter Max (from the 60’s).
Thanks, Randy. Glad you like it. All well down Florida way?
As long as you wear long-sleeved shirts and pants, or use deet products which I don’t recommend. Randy
If you enjoy photography please go follow my blog “EyeOfTheBeholder”. also great job on your picture i love the delusion it puts off.
Glad you like it and thanks for stopping by.
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