The I Heart Faces theme for this week is pets. I decided to enter this shot of my Seal Point Siamese, named Doji. It's pretty hard to get pictures of him, cause when the shutter just about snaps, he moves... But luckily, his brother is not as bad.
I said I be posting pictures from the camping trip, so here they are! We stayed with four other families at the group site. And boy, was it a huge site! We had lots of places to decide were to set up camp, and there was tons of room for everyone to run around, and have a good time.
The group camp sign.
Notice the winter jackets; it was cold and windy for most of the stay. We were glad we got one sunny and warm day, though.
Adorable little Mary!
There was a bit of card playing going on one morning...
My sister, Tiana.
Mary (Yes we had two Mary's)
Lots of cards.
Lauren, when all the girls were playing Apple to Apples in the tent, while it rained.
On the last day, there was a game of Capture the Flag: Kids vs. Adults. Needless to say, the parents were outnumbered...
Chris and Reid in jail.
Michael and my dad coming up with a strategy to get Chris and Reid out of jail.
I Heart Faces is celebrating teens for the next few weeks. This weeks entry has to feature a teen, and since I'm sixteen myself, and all my friends are teenagers, I had way too many pictures to choose from! I have dozens of pictures that I could have picked, but I decided to go with one of my new favorites:
I've looked around online, but haven't found a good, simple Polaroid frame for Photoshop. (I think it would be a frame). I found tutorials before, but I was hard for me to follow, since I was new to the program. So, since I learned how to use clipping masks, and how to make my own storyboard using them, I decided to make my own Polaroid frame.
The cool thing is, once I made it, I just saved the Photoshop file, and now I can easily turn any photo I want into a Polaroid in seconds.
Here's how it turned out:
I had a little fun adding text and shapes to this one. :D