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What are You Focusing on Lately?


Hello lovelies,

I'm over at Shutter Sisters today.... talking about focus. Come share with us.

Today's image textured with Hello from the 2011 Collection at multiply 28% opacity and 'revved-up' using RadLab's bullet tooth at 79% brightness and 77% strength. (i say revved-up cause that's often what i think of....when i play with the modern color stylets in radLab)

Happy friday! 

So excited for Round 2 of Beyond Layers to begin! Are you in? 


Reader Comments (3)

For once we are focusing on ourselves. ;D
Can’t believe you are having a round 2 of BL so soon. You sure are a beeee-sy bee! :D Good for you for being able to keep track of so many things at once. Happy weekend!
April 14, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterKia and Zeno
Hi Kim. A friend just introduced me to your blog yesterday, and I have been visiting you all morning! I am so enthralled with your textures, classes, and videos! I am going to jump in at the lasts minute for your Beyond Layers class. I can't wait to get started. I have needed to amp up my photoshop and photography and I've been introduced to you at just the right time!!
April 14, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterCherie
Love this photo and the word. Focus is my one little word for 2012 and I try to remember to incorporate the notion when I start to feel frazzled and over-extended (which seems to be quite often lately).....thanks for the reminder.....xoxo
April 15, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterKristina

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