In my last post I showed you the digital proof of Ella's silhouette, and promised that i'd give you a shot of it framed and in use. The frame I used was a cheap-o black wood frame from the dollar store which I painted white. Three coats later and with the print (I just printed it on card stock-nothing fancy) in the frame i'm very happy with how it turned out! So cute and personal, plus the hubby liked it, so that's always a plus.
And I just couldn't resist putting the picture below up in today's post. Someone has learned how to pull themselves up to standing on furniture. This is how little lady greeted me after her morning nap, bed head and all.
I've been having a TON of fun playing around with some new photoshop actions from Florabella Actions. While I have both done photography with no post editing and with, I love the way that actions speed up workflow and can really change the feel of photographs. The photo below was processed with Mademoiselle at 100% opacity. I've had a few people ask me about her blue eyes: other than the action (which was processed on the whole photo) I didn't do any retouching or color enhancements of her baby blues...they really are stunning! We can't go anywhere without someone commenting on them. I had a mini photo sesh with little lady a few weeks ago playing around with some other actions. I'll have to share those with you another day.