Everyone... and I mean E.V.E.R.Y.O.N.E, wanted to know how I took this photo on Yesterday's Post.
I cannot for the life of me keep a secret.
It's beyond my personal scope of truthfulness.
Big huge, people begging for info secrets?
Those types of cover ups make me sweat.
Which reminds me of exercise;
and I don't like exercise.
Therefore I try to avoid lying at all times.
Did you follow that?
Lies=Exercise=Sweating= Would Rather Not=Truthfulness
So due to the mathematical equation above, it just happens to be your lucky day my friends.
Bum bum ba dummmm...... Ladies and Gentlemen.... The Ghostly Reveal....
No I'm sorry to say, I did not have magical ghost cookies floating around my house... as cool as that might have been.
No, I did not throw the cookie in the air and capture it with my super fast 3600 ISO... although that would have been pretty cool too!
And no, I did not paste a picture of the ghost cookie into another shot.
Instead I found a handy dandy BBQ Skewer, and made a ghost cookie puppet of sorts.
I held it up in front of me and took the picture. I didn't edit the pictures in any other way, as I was enjoying some pretty awesome light in our house.
And as for that little skewer, we took care of it in a jiffy, using the clone stamp tool in Photoshop.
One can also get the same results using the cloning tool in an upgraded version of Picnik, which I have through my flickr account.
It's simply grabbing a piece of the picture and placing it over top of the piece you want to be hidden.
Just think? You can make anyone fly! Plus you could use these amazing pictures to decorate for next year creating a craft like this.
Even hubby could be your Superman.
Just promise me one thing though.
That you won't be using any Skewers : )
This post will be linking up with Touch Up Tuesday! Jenny Matlock's Alphabe Thursday~letter G~and SITS Halloween Party~Get Crafty!