Sunday, January 11, 2009

Another Photo Booth Post



Here is another photo booth strip I made from pictures taken at my daughter's house in Florida this past week. The bottom two were taken in "Kayla's Photo Booth" that we made at the end of their hallway by hanging a blanket to create the background. The other two pictures were taken elsewhere or at different times during my visit and I included them in this strip because I thought Kayla would like them.

The top photo in the strip is Kayla with her older sister Anna on Kayla's birthday. The next one is of Luger, their 'puppy'. Kayla loves Luger! Once we started taking pictures for her photo booth strips, Kayla decided she wanted to take a picture of me. I helped her a little but she had to make sure I was in the frame before she clicked the button. She did a pretty darn good job! The tripod helped both of us as I used the optic zoom to make sure we got closeups. Don't ya just love my hair... I didn't expect to be in the pictures and didn't think to run a comb through my hair before I turned the camera over to her! I had fun hamming it up though! I also tried using the timer and I got one really good picture of her alone using the timer when I experimented with it but I managed to change the setting when I tried to get into the picture with her and only had two seconds to get in. I only caught part of one of my arms and part of my chin... too funny! It will be good for out-takes if I ever put together an album of these pictures though! I love the pose Kayla struck in the last picture. She is a natural and we had a great time together doing this. Our photo booth session will be a special memory for me from this trip!

I wanted to see how the black and white would look against the color version. I'm not very happy with the noise I added to make it look more like an old photo strip. I didn't get the effect I was after with that but was too tired of messing with it to change it. I still need to do a final version of the strips to print out and send to her so I'll make corrections then. I will probably do both color and black and white to send her.

I will do my best this week to write up instructions on placing the pictures in the strip for those who asked.

The template I used for the photo strip was downloaded from the web. I failed to give credit for it in the last post but here is where you can get the strip if you decide you want to do this project someday.

Nicole Seitler
www.SugarplumPaperie.com

The zip file has both a black and a white strip available and is a free download.


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3 Comments:

Blogger Neas Nuttiness said...

Kayla looks a lot like one of my grand daughters (who is 1/2 Korean). Those eyes are just beauriful.

Sunday, January 11, 2009 at 4:28:00 PM CST  
Blogger irish daisies said...

aww i love all the photos. you look great. i am looking foward to becoming a grandmom one day soon i hope :)

Monday, January 12, 2009 at 8:31:00 AM CST  
Blogger Linda said...

I love the pictures. Your hair looks better than mine when I spend time trying to fix it! I'll check out the site for the photo strip and look forward to your tut.

Monday, January 12, 2009 at 12:14:00 PM CST  

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