October 27, 2020 | Digital Scrapper News | Volume 18, Issue 43
We take photos to capture memories, to remember details that might otherwise be forgotten.
But have you ever looked at a photo and thought, “That’s not exactly the way I remember that moment.”? Is it our memory that has faded? Or is something else at play?
Last week, I looked at a photo I took at Edinburgh Castle in Scotland. The picture captured blue skies and a lovely day. In my mind, however, I saw the castle in swirling fog with a light mist in the air.
I realized that my memory had been affected by the descriptive story-telling of our guide. I went to work on the photo, and with the help of the Cloud Filter, created an image that matched my memory.
My latest tutorial teaches you how to create fog to add to your photos or scrapbook pages. Whether you are re-creating a memory or adding mystery and drama to your page, I think you’ll find yourself using this fun technique over and over again.
Love and creative success,
P.S. The header above was created using Real Life by Little Butterfly Wings.
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Add mystery and drama to your photo or scrapbook page by adding wisps of fog with the use of the Clouds Filter.
This tutorial includes:
- Closed-captioned video
- Step-by-step PDF manual
- Practice photo