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I hang around Elements Village on a regular basis. Whether you’re new or a seasoned vet to photography or Photoshop or Photoshop Elements, it’s a place you will always learn something new or perhaps share some of your own wisdom. The people that frequent it are a great and helpful group. There’s no question too dumb or image that will be ridiculed.
One of the things I always enjoyed and learned a lot from was the weekly challenge. This week I hosted the challenge and chose a tutorial by Gavin Hoey to do. It’s called making a 3D Ball and Reflection. I fell in love with this tut. It’s simple, fun and the final result is very pleasing.
These are my final results:
Some scenes from Puppy Tails, a 4H club of volunteer puppy raisers for the Seeing Eye.
Scenes from Chicago