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From Clicking to Creating — 14 Comments

  1. I am going to try this Mary! Thanks for the step by steps. I have photoshop so hopefully, I’ll be able to follow along.

    I too like both arches — but I do love the rocks in the foreground of the second one!

  2. Wow, amazing captures of the lamb jumping! I haven’t tried this PS feature yet.
    Looks really good. Thank you, Mary.

  3. One of my favorite things to do on the blog is create a story with a series of photos. I never knew the term triptych but I love the idea of putting them together, especially for sharing to Pinterest.

  4. Mary, your triptych is fabulous! I am going to try to make one right now using your directions. I stop back in here if I have success :) What a gorgeous lamb, and you show her grace so beautifully.

    • Darn – I don’t have an up to date version of Photoshop so it doesn’t work quite the same. I think that I really need to get a more modern computer with the current system on it so that I can update my photo programs! Thanks again for all of these hints.

  5. I’ve never heard the term “triptych” either; but I love the end result! And you are such a great teacher! I don’t have Lightroom or Photoshop on my computer so can’t do most of the cool edits that you do; but I love seeing how you use both programs for different editing “tasks”!

  6. This series is so useful. Do you think you could bundle it together into an e-book so it would be easy to buy and have on hand?

  7. Thank you for the H2! That looks like a fun technique to try. I look forward to the photos from your special outing with your nieces, they are so fortunate to have you take them on excursions like this. I remember my sister and I had two pairs of great aunts and uncles who took an interest in us and provided us with such fond memories. We still talk about those outings to this day.
    I had in my head the 2 Lil Owls challenge was “Looking Out” so I ended up looking out my kitchen window at the bird activity. I had lots of other ideas, but this turned out kinda cute so this little one got published! Wildlife is challenging to photograph! I am in awe of what you share with us. https://photos.smugmug.com/2018-52-Week-Photography-Project/i-Pvs9zQ6/0/762c441c/X3/LookingOut-01-X3.jpg

  8. You had the prompt right, and I had it wrong. (I realized a couple days after I posted this) So your image is perfect. Wildlife is a tough subject, I will say that.
    I’m sure my nieces will talk about these trips, and they are already saying we will have the 3rd annual trip.

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