Friday, January 08, 2010

Early Evening



Just a quick post this morning as I have so much to do whilst I'm in the mood.
The computers are all talking to each other and all working faster.

I've bought Photoshop Elements 8 and have joined a course given by JD Pettitt to encourage and help me to use it. It arrived yesterday and I'm just setting it up. In the meantime here are some photos I took of Conwy Castle around 5 o'clock last evening.

Today I'm hoping to tidy up some more in my workroom so I can work some more on the preparation of some courses I'm giving in February.


A closeup of the castle.

10 comments:

Jackie said...

I'm glad to be the first to comment on this bright and breezy post.My blog listr gets longer day by day and I don't get round them all very often now. This pospped up on Facebook. Happy new year, and good luck with your photoshop course.I was just wondering where you get your extra hours from> There are only 24 in my days!

Pat said...

Who needs photo imaging when you can take stunning photographs like this. Just outstanding, i would buy the postcard!!

Gina said...

Wow, gorgeous photo! Learning what photoshop can do is on my to-do list for 2010. I'm with Jackie on the time!

Happy New Year!

Dolores said...

I love your castle photos.

Fran├žoise said...

Beautiful photos, and beautiful castle!

Heather said...

What a beautiful castle Mags - no matter what the weather or time of day - but I think you have surpassed yourself with these two pics. I wish my laptop was getting faster - this morning it developed a speech impediment and a limp!

maggi said...

Gorgeous photos. Good luck with the course. I look forward to seeing the results as I intend to do it when she repeats it later in the year.

Vicki W said...

No editing necessary on that one!

ju-north said...

Lovely photos Margaret - will be interested to know what you think of the merits of psp and pe. Haven't mastered the pen tool yet though! - do you know of any good tutorials for it?

LOVE STITCHING RED said...

The castle photo is wonderful ... so magical!

Carolyn