Monday, June 27, 2005

IMPRESSIONS OF FT. WAYNE

CLUB SODA IN DOWNTOWN

Messing around with Photoshop elements.  This is a lot harder than it looks!

This past March I arrived in Ft. Wayne for the first time on my birthday.  Joe and I drove around and found this lovely restaurant.  An intriguing building, wonderful service, white table cloth setting, and delightful food.

I'm worth it!

 

21 comments:

sunflowerkat321 said...

Photoshop elements is MUCH harder than you think it's going to be.  For a couple of years, I've been promising myself I'm going to sit down and learn the program...but to date can do very little.  So....I'm impressed!!!
:)

suzypwr said...

Layering takes time to learn - but I think you have it down pat - nice job!
xoxo

jtuwliens said...

Beautiful!
Judith
http://journals.aol.com/jtuwliens/MirrorMirrorontheWall

blondepennierae said...

You certainly are!  Pennie

olddog299 said...

Good job. Nice clean layers.

What didja eat? Huh, huh? I'm drooling in anticipation!

wil

txsguinan said...

Oh, I'm not understanding layering at all.  Wonderful job!  Fort Wayne doesn't look half bad.

What's 'beefcloth?'  :)

emfeasel said...

Well you make beautiful Photoshop!...hee....secretly you are a pro...right?.....E

lowis6535 said...

    The sign on the side of the building inspires some interesting contemplations ....
    Having been a truck driver, I formed the opinion that your new corner of the world is very pleasant
    Before the bypasses, Fort Wayne was really "StopLight City" ... I always wondered who had the franchise for marketing stop lights!
    Another rich salesman, I was sure, was the paint salesman .. so many Amish farms are such a cluster of pristine white buildings.

Fort Wayne has some great radio stations, AM & FM.

Perhaps God meant this move to be a wonderful reward!

sonensmilinmon said...

I'd say you did a damn good job!  So, what did you have?  

Monica

yakima127 said...

Yes you are!!!  Great picture!  JAE

st0rmwhispers said...

I love old brick buildings....Love the B&W shot

sunnyside46 said...

I love this picture
marti

oceanmrc said...

I wanna know how you did that -- very cool!

dcmeyer420 said...

I like the way you made the sign stand out.  Dang right, you're worth it. I am going to go after anybody who do not agree...  

delela1 said...

That's right!  You are so worth it.
~Dona

ryanagi said...

Ah! All caught up. I like the sounds of your job. It's always interesting to hear how people make a buck. So much variety out there. Looove the photos!

camaroisle050856 said...

         Eniticing photo.  Reminds me of the Album covers I miss of days gone by!
I enjoy your open opinions, and of course, you're worth it!

Best Wishes,
Debi

mtrib2 said...

Excellent layering combining B/W with color.  You are absolutely worth it!  I am still using PSP7 because of the ease of cloning.  I only use it for art rendering purposes, so it fits my need of ease of use.  Have a good Fourth.
-mark-

ladreamin08 said...

That is really cool what you did with that picture.  Keep up the good work!

mavarin said...

I love this one, too!  Dang it, I'm going to have to add you to my alerts.  This time for sure! - Karen

deabvt said...

Terrific!!
V