Tuesday, 14 October 2014

I Love Graphics - Things I Love #14


Last year I took an online course on Graphics.


I learned the basics and thoroughly enjoyed it.


So much so that I look forward to making the graphics for my blog posts all the time now.


I look forward to doing graphics for our church announcements and for the church facebook posts.





I've experimented with different forms and layouts and now I look at the pictures I take in a completely different way too.


So today's post is a compilation of a sample of the different things I have learned to create.


There are buttons and series pics for my blog













There are graphics I made on a Christmas Theme











There are graphics I made for church announcements and presentations















There are specific blog post graphics I put together
















There are pictures I took and made into feature post pictures

















There are Bible Verse graphics 



















Now after developing more of an interest my big question is

Do I invest in Photoshop?

Or will that take up even more of my time?

Am I completely hooked already?

Or will I become a complete bore on this subject?



Or More Importantly

I see Industry reviews and a review from a scrapbooker 

BUT

I wonder would Adobe offer to give me a free version of Photoshop
 to try out and review for them?




Thanks for joining me for the 14th one in this challenge & please drop by again later for the others in this Challenge.  If you would like to see a list & links to all of the 31 days just click here on Things I Love 








6 comments:

  1. I love this! I've played around a bit myself with graphics although I haven't been able to take the financial plunge into Adobe yet ;) In the meantime, I'm loving Canva and free phone apps like Over and Studio which let me indulge in my creative whims!

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  2. Yes definitely I hope Photoshop gives you a free version for a review. And yes I can see where it may take over your life rather like you tube in my case lol
    I must get you to teach a class in church now that would be an idea!

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  3. For me it has to be picmonkey, I only use the free version for now, but I find it so easy and versatile.
    It's nice to be able to make graphics that look professional, I bet your church is delighted you have these skills now.

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  4. I love Picmonkey - I use it for so many things. It's so easy to use, it makes me feel like I know what I'm doing!

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  5. You are doing great with graphics, I love them too - studied them for Web design. Keep up the good work.

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  6. You have done a great job. Graphics are fun. I have trouble finding the time to spend on mine. You would like Photoshop. If you have a student ID you can get a discount on it. I did last year when I took a course

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