It was my first visit to the Prescott Farmers’ Market. I took my camera and enjoyed photographing the produce almost as much as I enjoyed buying and eating it!
I did a basic edit on each photo for my layout and then took them into Photoshop, where I used the Oil Paint filter and one layer of Kim Klassen’s waterfront 1 texture. I used the Oil Paint filter, because Adobe has gotten rid of it in the newest update to Photoshop CC, which I have yet to install. Why??? It was a perfectly good filter- and I did use it occasionally (I like to play with effects).
But the main reason that I haven’t installed the newest update is because of the Mini-Bridge. I LOVE the Mini-Bridge! I use it every time I add a texture- it makes it SO EASY! Plus, I have written actions for many of my favorite textures that include the action opening MB and adding a layer of the specific texture. I haven’t always used Mini-Bridge. I learned it from Kim in one of the classes- and it made my life so much easier. I have my Photoshop workspace set up in a certain way (modeled after the way Sebastian Michaels has his in the Photoshop Artistry class), and I made sure to add the MB icon right at the bottom where I can easily click on it. Sorry for the rant, but I can’t see why MB has to go!!! I’m not happy with Adobe right now!
Linking up with Texture Tuesday today!