Marvel At the Results of 2 Stacked & Blended Images

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June 30, 2020  |  Digital Scrapper News  |  Volume 18, Issue 26

Hi there!

Most people, including me, struggle with (at least occasionally) thinking outside the box.

For example, it never occurred to me to stack two different photos in order to lighten and add texture to one of them.

Above is a fabulous example of two stacked and blended images:

  • The first image is a photo of a flower garden
  • The second is a closeup from an art gallery painting (see the entire painting below)

The third image above is the result of stacking the first two images along with two blend modes. Isn’t that super cool?? I love how it softens the photo and gives it extra character.

Mind Blown After 3 Minutes of Syndee’s New Class
The images above are part of the first 3 minutes of Syndee’s new class, Scrapping With Filters: The Pointillize Effect (more about that below). My mind was blown and I was inspired to take her teaching further.

This is just one of the reasons I LOVE to learn from other instructors. They inspire me to think outside the box.

Love and creative success,

Jen White

P.S. The header for this newsletter was created using an example from Syndee’s new class.

P.P.S. Lifetime Premier Coupon holder? Your code applies on the purchase of Syndee’s new class. Get more details in the Lifetime Coupon classroom.

P.P.P.S. Have questions about The Pointillize Effect class? Contact Syndee Rogers




Limited Time Introductory Sale

Scrapping with Filters: The Pointillize Effect is our newest class and you can save 40% by enrolling before Tuesday, July 7, 2020, Midnight Eastern.

Here’s the full painting that was referred to above. This image is included in Syndee’s class. Enroll today.


One Response

  1. Lisa M
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    This looks so cool!! I love how Digital Scrapper always comes up with new and innovative classes. Can’t wait to create!

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