Her free samples let you try out her product. Something I appreciate. Since I get to see how her products will work before plopping my money down. You do have to use your e-mail, but hey... they are useful and a great tool to have.
The tutorials are very clear and helpful. I only looked at a couple this weekend, but will surely be going back to her list to check out more of them.
I love the focus of the grass heads in contrast to the soft focus on the girl's face. For the edit I used a sharpening brush over her body and foreground, then overlaid the sky. Following Morgan Burks' tip on matching the overlay to the focus of the horizon in the photo, I used a fairly heavy gaussian blur to soften the sharpness of the clouds. The finished product is very nice.
Organize the folder and docs that are cluttering up your computer's desktop using this quick and easy tool. Available in the four common screen sizes.
Control click and save the image. Open in Paint, and add text for your box titles. Save it after you finish adding your box titles. Then control click on the saved image, and choose 'set as desktop background'. Easy, peasy.
The categories/box titles I tend to use are: Photos, Projects, Important, Family, To-Do, ASAP
Helps keep me on task, and I can easily move the folder or doc to the next square if needed. Enjoy!
PS ~ Let me know if you have a specific layout you would like to see.
Enjoy this winter wonderland with a useful calendar overlay! Right click and save the correct image for your computer background resolution. Then right click on the saved file, and set as your desktop background. Simple, and fun way to customize your computer each month.