25.1.10

Kelby and Kite

Okay, I can't even say enough how wonderful these two are. Kelby and Kelsey are two lovely, talented people that I have encountered here at Texas State, and they make my camera so happy! I hate myself for taking SO long to upload these, I have been crazy lately.


Anywho, I hope that K&K enjoy these as much as I loved taking them :) and these were all taken in the middle of the night.

Side note. School has been going really well as of late. Stressful, but great! I have a new love of Anthropology. I mean, it's always interested me, but now I find myself reading the book for fun. Yeah, I know. I can only hope I can keep up with my art classes this semester, both of which seem really fun and interesting :)

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3 comments:

Kevin Nguyen,  January 26, 2010 at 9:11 PM  

Meg! This is Kevin.
I just wanted you to know
that upon looking at these pictures,
I got so excited that I wet myself a little.


post script:
if you get the chance, would ya mind sending me the links to the tutorials you were telling me about? It would be amazingg if you could :)

Anonymous,  January 26, 2010 at 9:14 PM  

oh, and http://i48.tinypic.com/qwyb29.jpg reminds me so much of ryan mcginley's work <3

forgetmenotphotography January 26, 2010 at 10:20 PM  

Aw thanks so much, Kevin! You should really get a blog, it's the thing to do nowadays apparently!

I'm so glad you liked the pictures, your comment made my day.

I think the best thing to do is just to look up any beginner photoshop set of tutorials like this:
http://graphicssoft.about.com/od/photoshoptutorialsbasic/Photoshop_Basics_Tutorials_for_Photoshop_Beginners.htm

It'll be funny, you'll find yourself working on a tutorial and then making up new steps from there! They tend to be very flexible and you end up doing your own thing :) It's very fun to experiment and play around.

Good luck!