All Stars Workshop | Extractions + Patterns + More
Psst! Have you seen the All Star Digital Scrapbooking Techniques for Photoshop and Photoshop Elements workshops? If you haven’t, where have you been? Lemme tell you the haps …
I teamed up with six other fabulous digi-scrapping instructors to produce one heck of a self-paced “digital class collab”. One of the first of it’s kind — I believe. Either way, we were asked to highlight one of our favorite digital-scrapbooking techniques. Something that really helps our pages/process stand apart. And something we haven’t shared before.
My lesson topic is all about extraction — now I’ve taught some of process before in an older Blending class. However, I think we digital peeps tend to choose photos with perfect, extractable subjects. Basically, the subject is in the foreground and the background completely contrasts with the subject allowing a super-simple extraction. I wanted to dig a bit deeper and share how I perform a harder extraction and make use of a background that’s kind of lack luster. And if you enjoy my teaching style and how I attack my projects, you will find it very beneficial.