August 30, 2012

Photo Editing with iPiccy

As I mentioned before, I really like iPiccy and picmonkey for photo editing.  However, when it comes to more complex photo editing, iPiccy is my favorite.  Here are a couple of before and afters, along with video tutorials on exactly how I editing each photo.  I mention a lot of my tips in the videos.


BEFORE
This was a picture I wanted to use in my unique photo wall HERE.


AFTER


Here's what I did.




BEFORE
You probably wouldn't imagine my header picture was this bad to begin with.


AFTER


Here's how I did it.


There's a whole lot you can do to make a hideous picture into a great one.  I hope this helps a bit.

Thanks for reading.


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12 comments:

  1. I'm amazed! Thank you for sharing this with us! Cant wait to try it all out :) And Lemonade Chex Mix?!?! Oh yes please!

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  2. Thank you so much for showing those steps. It is a big help!

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  3. Excellent tutorial!!! I'm going to have to check out this online site now

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  4. Wow! I use iPiccy too, but I just never thought of using the clone tool to move someone over! Thanks for the great tutorials. :)

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  5. Loved the videos. So helpful, as always, Cheri! Thank you!

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  6. I've been a gimp-girl for a long time (but only with basic editing) I'm intrigued by ipiccy now!

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  7. This is great! Thanks for the detailed videos. I just messed around with iPiccy and am thrilled with the picture I ended up with. I played with the SmartBlur tool. You can see the results on my blog:
    http://mama-hen-jenn.blogspot.com/2012/08/a-picture-of-summer.html

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  8. Thank you!!!!!!!! for telling us about these two sites))I used them to make collages with my photoes from the holiday trip. My hubby and I've made tonn of them)))),and collages were the best decision )))) So, many hugs to you)))
    Aljonushka from faraway Belarus

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  9. You have totally made me a believer in iPiccy!!!

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  10. I finally got a chance to watch these. Thank you so much! Both videos were very helpful.

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  11. Thanks - that was interesting. I've never tried iPiccy before, but I will check it out. I didn't realize you could move a kid over with the cloning tool. Ha! Your picture turned out great, by the way.

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  12. Amazing! I've been using picmonkey to edit all my photos, but I might have to tru ipiccy on some. I love the clone feature but I never knew you could DRAG it!!! This is HUGE for me! haha

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