Wednesday, September 14, 2011

edit me: ferris wheel

Kathryn of Our Tiny Big Life provided a really fun photo of a ferris wheel at Chicago's Navy Pier. I would love to experience the awesome view from the very top...


sooc


my edit


I added the broken book and magic textures from Kim Klassen, adjusted the hue and saturation, ran the wba cross process action and used a vintage polaroid-ish frame to make it look like an old vacation photo.




24 comments:

  1. Great editing! I love the "old photo" look, too.

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  2. I like the texture, Deb. It makes a very nice edit. Oh, no! I would not like to find out what the look from the top is like. I hate hights! :)

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  3. i knew i'd see some textures and frames! this is a great edit. it definitely has a vacation scrapbook feel!

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  4. Awesome job Debra, great colors!!

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  5. I like both shots but your edited one certainly has some punch to it.
    I'm afraid I wouldn't be able to go on a big wheel - I'm scared of heights.

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  6. Great textures and love the pic! :-)

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  7. GORGEOUS edit my dear! Just perfect!

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  8. Great edit- I love the vintage feel! Well done!

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  9. Great old photo effect - I love the colour!

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  10. WOWZA! That's gorgeous now! Your good

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  11. Loving your edit.. Super cool tones and textures.. I love your blog and I'm officially following ya per edit me week 18.. :)) Hope you can stop by my blog sometime.. TY

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  12. Oh, you nailed it! I think this is just fabulous.

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  13. i love the edit! great job done :)

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  14. lovely! Love the vintage look, I just sent you an email :P

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  15. I love it Deb. You did such a great job.

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  16. Beautiful! I love the bright blue sky with the bright red seats

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  17. Great editing, love all those wonderful colors and textures!!

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  18. I guess I m old style. I love the sooc . Beautiful

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  19. So, I was wondering when you could saturate my children and adjust their hues and cross process some magic textures on them to make them look vintage? LOL =)

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  20. Enough of the funny - I absolutely LOVE the vintage edited version.

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