Blame this one on Bridget (she posted chocolates!) and even if you suggest alterations I can't do them ....I have eaten the props, diet or no diet.....Lol!! I have not got a clue how one should do this so I just decided to have a play with PS.
I reckon it is a b*%%y awful shot Viv....go and get a few more packets and practice every night until you get it right!!!
I am going to re-take my red wine shot...unfortunately we have drunk the prop so will have to open another!!!!!!
PS nicely done...john We're off to see the Lizard~~the wonderful (sic) Lizard of Oz~~
Now don't go blaming Bridget. This looks like one of my favorites, we call 'em Malted Milk Balls on this side of the pond. I love the floating balls, you've even created shadows for them. What a clever lady you are. If you can't tell me how to do this, just tell me which program you used. I think it's fantastic. My Gallery
Would make a great lable Viv.....yep, malted milk balls, they sell them at the movies and drive inns here. Nice one! Maggi
~In His Love~ Maggi D For I am not ashamed of the gospel of Christ: for it is the power of God unto salvation to every one that believeth; to the Jew first, and also to the Greek. Romans 1:16
Thanks all! Amanda and Maggi they are called Malteesers over here. Amanda the bubbles were done with PS Elements. I created seperate backgrounds of the right colour and used the elliptical selection tool and copied and pasted the circles onto a blank layer of my shot. I used a white circular gradient tool to create the bubble highlight and then I copied the layers and free transformed as many times as I wanted. The shadows were copied layers of bubbles converted to B&W and blurred and I changed the layer opacity of them right down to around 30. Viv