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I use Photoshop all the time--from photography to scrapbooking to creating websites. Sometimes it's the only way to get a good photo from a bad one, and here is an example.

When I was in Alaska I took a bunch of pictures. Most of them came out with a blueish tint, because 1) in Alaska in the winter the light is always changing, and 2)I am not a good enough photographer to figure out which setting to use to overcome this .

So here is a photo that the musher took of me, my son and my husband in the dog sled. With most of my photos I was able to add a filter and fix the blue tint, but with this one I have a blue tint and it was getting dark.

So here's what I had to do: take ALL the color out (turned it to black and white) and paint the color back in. I won't do this with all my photos, and I'm still not finished with this one, but I think it's worth the effort to have a special memento.



Tribute by Sarah Beth

Better late than never, 'eh Sarah Beth?  Good work, though.  You've done a great job this six weeks!
When I'm finished with this head cold (unless it finishes me first, lol) I'll embed it.  Until then, here's the link: