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Registered: September 2011
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I really don't know why women stood while the man sat in old wedding photos, so I'm improvising in thinking that my husband's grandmother was saying by her pose that she'd stand by this man. This grandfather died fairly early in a car accident leaving his grandmother a widow with five fairly young children.


Anna Aspnes’
Artsy Transfers Memorable (coming soon)
ArtPlay Palette Memorable [ link ]
MultiMedia Frames No. 2 [ link ]
Faded Words Memories No. 1 [ link ]
Artsy Stains No. 7 [ link ]


ArtPlay Palette Tinge [ link ] lace
Around the Clock No. 1 [ link ]
ArtPlay Palette Autumn Elegance [ link ]
Spray Paint No. 2 [ link ]


Font: IM FELL English


Process: Inspired by Adryane’s post at Somerset, [ link ] and her layout [ link ], I began with this wedding photo of my husband’s grandparents in 1898. I used the pen tool to extract the couple, pasted it on a layer mask. I then created a composite and added a levels layer to lighten it a little. Next I duplicated that composite and changed the blend mode of the top layer to color burn. I placed the couple above multimedia frame_2 and then used the warp tool to create a floor and added a layer mask to erase parts of the frame. I placed a frame from ArtPlay Autumn Elegance along with another copy of the photo behind the standing couple. Because I had warped the foreground of the extracted couple, the framed photo looks more like it is standing behind them. I added the lace following Adryane’s instructions, adding a color fill layer on color burn. I placed solid paper_3 at 75% on linear burn blend mode above solid paper_3. Below the framed photo, I added two copies of the memories wordart and several of the new artsy stains which I recolored. I added a little spray paint on the right to balance overlay_1 on the left. I placed the clock face below the stains on the left, changed the blend mode to multiply and reduced the opacity to 40%. I layered the thread from multimedia frames2_1 between the extracted photo and the framed photo to enhance the depth. I added the artsy transfers just above the solid paper, recoloring some layers, adjusting the blend modes and deleting other layers to create greater depth in my background. I moved the artstroke above the framed photo. I changed the color of the charm and tied it down with a thread. On the right, I used a thread from the multimedia frames and recolored the pearl with a hue and saturation layer. The font is something used in print at the time this photo was taken.


Thanks for looking:)
· Date: Sun February 1, 2015 · Views: 1,841
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Heather Prins

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Registered: November 2009
Location: Vancouver Island, BC
Posts: 8,451
Sun February 1, 2015 7:54am

just stunning!!

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Monique1971

Registered: April 2009
Location: The Netherlands
Posts: 3,108
Sun February 1, 2015 7:57am

Stunning indeed! Love every little piece of it. I also wanna give it try to make a page with Adryane's tutorial. You did really great.

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cstaff

Registered: August 2011
Posts: 1,638
Sun February 1, 2015 8:03am

spectacular... colors are timeless for this vintage creation... extraction... blending... everything just wonderful...
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beckturn


Registered: December 2012
Location: Florida
Posts: 10,062
Sun February 1, 2015 9:02am

Fantastic! I love how the couple is standing in front of their own photo. The WA goes perfectly with the photo.
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Alegna


Registered: April 2010
Posts: 6,866
Sun February 1, 2015 9:02am

Amazing, love the extraction, such a great job!

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musicmom3


Registered: November 2014
Location: New York City
Posts: 9,604
Sun February 1, 2015 9:14am

This is beautiful. I've been struggling with that Somerset tutorial and keep going back to square one, but seeing this work makes me want to keep trying.

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Chris

Registered: August 2011
Location: California Bay Area
Posts: 8,141
Sun February 1, 2015 10:12am

Amazing process, Linda. Beautiful page!

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Registered: April 2008
Location: the Netherlands - Europe
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Sun February 1, 2015 11:34am

wow Linda, Fantastic!

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nancyr

Registered: February 2008
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Sun February 1, 2015 12:05pm

This is amazing! I just love the extraction in front of the framed photo! so creative! love the blending and colors! gorgeous!
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Adryane

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Registered: August 2011
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Sun February 1, 2015 2:40pm

this is awesome! thanks for the lifts but this is all you. very clever to have them standing in front of the same photo of them.

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