Tuesday, August 3, 2010

What I Learned in School

I am so damned creative, I don't know what to do with myself! I am taking a technology course this week and it's mostly about digital pictures and what to do with them to do nifty things. We were introduced today to Picasa, a snazzy program that lets you do crazy things with pictures without having to know much abuot editing photos. I went to Paris in 2003 and took a bunch of pictures. I have had them sitting in flickr for a while but I imported them into Picasa and look what I was able to create! It was a version of a collage and I could pull any picture into the center, but otherwise didn't have to do anything with the rest of them.


This could result in yet another way to waste an amazing amount of time fiddling with things. But is it pretty snazzy.
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3 comments:

  1. Wow, that's amazing! Sounds like a really neat program!

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  2. Since it's owned by and attached to google, it's very user friendly and free free free.

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  3. Ok that is gorgeous!!!!! I have been to france too!

    I use Photoshop elements and started digital scrap booking last year and that is addictive!!!! I made a ton of stuff with it and did 2 books as well, but then I started blogging and the rest is history.

    If you are interred in Photoshop, they give educational discounts to kids and teachers. I think it is about half off the list price!

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