Magical Illusions—Student Showcase

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Magical Illusions—Student Showcase
by Jen White

In our October 2016 issue of Premier—Magical Illusions—we learned how to

  • Turn a day photo into a night photo.
  • Turn an ordinary photo into a ghosted image with this fast and simple technique.
  • Combine several techniques to create a spooky collage perfect for Halloween!
  • Create the illusion of floating on a cloud by combining a selection of a person and photos of clouds.
  • Create a starry sky background, a lovely reflection pool, delicate translucent fairy wings, and a sparkling magical wand.

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The Student Showcase

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Below you’ll find a showcase of the best examples by our students from the Magical Illusions mini class.

These examples will be placed in a gallery inside the October 2016 Premier issue.

They will also become part of the classroom that will eventually be available as a full class at Digital Scrapper and possibly other affiliate websites.


My Top Pick

Is it the masterful extraction of the father? Maybe it’s the way the father is blending in with his surroundings. It could also be the heartfelt tribute or the complimentary title work. Actually, I think it’s all the above that’s drawing me to choose I Miss You by kimmer as my top pick of the October 2016 Student Showcase. The overall emotion this page represents is what stole my heart. Well done, kimmer. ~Jen White

Top Pick by kimmer
Top Pick by kimmer

 

More Great Pages

There were many more photos and layouts worthy of an honorable mention in the gallery this month. Some of those are showcased below (in no particular order) by username.

 

by plm1
by plm1

 

by bgda
by bgda

 

by joansmor
by joansmor

 

by MaggieMae
by MaggieMae

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  1. Bthiels
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    All of these layouts are fantastic – such imagination and creativity on display. First, I think, comes the imagination, then the perfect picture, then the creativity. I couldn’t find the perfect picture so I went on vacation. Kudos to all scrappers last month!

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