Wednesday, March 05, 2008

More Addie and Ivy...

I put this collage together with a few of the photos from the professional shoot. We didn't seem to get any really good "smiling" pictures, but I love the tea party shots. It was as much fun for me to watch Addison playing tea party as it was to get the pictures! Anyway, I'm having fun playing with the pictures on my own computer. I need to get a good photo editing program, if anyone has any good suggestions...I'm open! Thanks.

6 comments:

Jie Jie to Sarah Lu & Chayah too said...

Addison is gorgeous! The pictures turned out amazingly!! Awww... they are just too cute!!! I love the Addison and Ivy are matching! How adorable!! =D
~Staci

Lisa said...

These turned out really good. Let me know what you hear about good software. I could use some too to make up for my poor photography skills!

Julie said...

The pictures are wonderful! How fun. I love the tea picture shots too. You did a great job doing the collage. How did you do that? I also could improve my photo editing skills, etc.

Keri said...

The pictures are adorable! As far as photo editing. If you are looking for something free and easy I would recommend Picassa 2 which is a free download. If you don't mind paying a little, (I think about $80), then I like Adobe Photoshop 5.0. You don't need the higher level than that unless you would be using it for business presentations and such. There is a blog called http://thepioneerwoman.com/ and she is about to launch another blog that is a tutorial about the Adobe Photoshop. She already has a lot of stuff on her blog about it now. I hope this helps. It may be what you have already!!!
I do love the little tea party shots though. They are so cute.

Keri

Becki party of 5 said...

Keri, thanks for the info. I'll check it out tonight!
Julie, I just used microsoft digital image editor for the collage. It was just something that came with the computer.
Becki

Carla said...

Hey...checking from the AWAA yahoo group. For a good starting software, go with the Adobe Photoshop Elements program, it's great basic one that will give you lots of editing powers. I use Adobe CS2, but you don't need to start out with that program. :)

Pioneer Woman uses CS3, recently upgraded from CS2. I'm waiting on an extra $300 to upgrade (full is $600).

Email me with questions if you have them!