check out THIS fun japanese site for editing. up at the top right corner you can click to english. go play!!
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This is great! Thanks for posting it.
how fun! now i get to play.
so fun! ! how do you find these things??!!
Thank you for sharing!! This is sooo much fun and so very cool
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!!!
Hey Alyssa! I found the link for the japanese editing thru http://www.inkonmyfingers.typepad.com/
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!!
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!
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
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.
super cute! xoxo times infinity.
Oh this is SO cool!! Thank you for the link! I will be playing with this quite a bit I think!
Thank you for the link!!!
You are very good in taking pics!!!
Love the photos ! I’m off to check out the japanese editing …
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.
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!!
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!
this is awesome – I’ll try it. thanks for sharing!
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!
Wow! Lots of fun! Thanks for sharing! I will never get off this site…I am in trouble!
Thanks! I will give these a try!:)
hugs to you!
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!!
what is the address. I want to save it to my bookmarks, but the web address doesn’t show up.
Wow, this is amazing. Thank you so much for the heads up! I also love the tags you made with the pictures above
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