Photoshoppin Today

Flag Football 2013 009Original photo! If you click on the photo it will enlarge to see it better.

My two youngest playing some flag football this last Monday night! I enjoy the game because it teaches them fundamentals and team building. It is short and sweet, game and season! 🙂

Let’s face it, just not ready to watch them get tackled by some 200 lb kid, ok, maybe 100 lb kid. 🙂

Flag-Football-2013-009 Photoshop used! If you click on the photo it will enlarge to see it better. 🙂

I am such a newbie with it, but it is fun to play around with. I hope to someday learn it well. I definitely have zillions of photos to practice on. I really need to get serious about it because I have no scrapbooks done and I have two older kids that are already graduated from high school. OOOPs!

I can say, thank goodness for digital!

It is much easier to keep track of those files than to take film in to get it developed. I do have about ten more rolls of film to develop. Yes, they have been developing just fine. I have kept them in a dark place for many years.

I told you I am a big procrastinator!  🙂 It is my New Years resolution every year, not to be one. Sigh. I am slowly progressing. I think by the time I am in my grave I shall not procrastinate anymore. 🙂

It is so fun to see the pictures when I do have them developed. Of course, my memory is trying to figure out when that picture was taken and where that picture was taken. Thank goodness for certain items in the background I can usually figure out the time frame.

What do you do with your photos? Do you still like printing the photos?

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