Lisa Leonard Designs

vintage editing.

February 18th | older posts

check out THIS fun japanese site for editing. up at the top right corner you can click to english. go play!!

24 Responses

  1. Deanna says:

    This is great! Thanks for posting it.

  2. how fun! now i get to play.

  3. alyssa low says:

    so fun! ! how do you find these things??!!

  4. Alisa says:

    Thank you for sharing!! This is sooo much fun and so very cool :)

  5. laura says:

    Hey Lisa! I’m sure you have probably been asked this question before. What type of camera do you use? Mine is old and I’m in need of upgrading. =D

    Love the vintage pics! I think I might give that a try this evening!!!

  6. Lisa says:

    Hey Alyssa! I found the link for the japanese editing thru
    which is a really beautiful blog about photog.

    Laura-I use a nikon D40, that I got for mother’s day last year. I love it!!

  7. penny says:

    Isn’t it funny how we spend so much money to “fix” the truly vintage photos, and now you can play with making new ones look old! Fun!

  8. Shannon says:

    Hey Lisa – thanks so much for this link – so fast and easy! I just put some on my blog too – love it! I miss ya – haven’t seen you in a while :)

  9. emily says:

    i love the look of these photos! when i look at them i hear the scratch of a record player in the background. something about the imperfectness of it is so appealing to me.

  10. chrissie says:

    super cute! xoxo times infinity.

  11. Kristin says:

    Oh this is SO cool!! Thank you for the link! :) I will be playing with this quite a bit I think! :)

  12. Daniela says:

    Thank you for the link!!!

    You are very good in taking pics!!!

  13. Bonnie says:

    Love the photos ! I’m off to check out the japanese editing …

  14. Ronda Opipery says:

    Hi! I just found your blog. I love your photos and this site is great! :) Your jewelry is gorgeous as well!
    I would love to know what products you use on your beautiful curly hair. I have fought the “frizz” my whole life. Looking for a saving beauty product.

  15. Lisa says:

    Hi Rhonda! I use the cheap stuff. Totally twisted mousse by herbal essence and Ice Shine hairspray by Pantene. I use a lot of product–then I diffuse. When it’s dry I srunch it to get some of the crunchiness out. Hugs!!

  16. Amanda says:

    Thanks so much for posting this link! It is fabulous! I had fun with the few pictures I did but I know I will have tons of fun in the future! I love your tags too! Great ideas!

  17. Elizabeth says:

    this is awesome – I’ll try it. thanks for sharing!

  18. Deni says:

    Hey Lisa, I love the vintage pics, and what you have done with them with the gift tags!! Of course, i love the pic of David!

  19. Wow! Lots of fun! Thanks for sharing! I will never get off this site…I am in trouble!


  20. Ronda Opipery says:

    Thanks! I will give these a try!:)
    hugs to you!

  21. KellyM says:

    Wow – these are so lovely! You got me totally hooked on Picnik so I can hardly wait to try this one out! Thanks a bunch!!

  22. grace Poe says:

    what is the address. I want to save it to my bookmarks, but the web address doesn’t show up.


  23. Catharina says:

    Wow, this is amazing. Thank you so much for the heads up! I also love the tags you made with the pictures above :-)

  24. Ann says:

    Just beautiful!!!!

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