Pretty much everything about blogshop was perfect. The gorgeous flowers, delicious catered food, the urban space, and the people. I can’t say enough good things about my experience, and I would highly recommend it if you have less than par photoshop skills. I am a self-taught photoshopper, which means I would spend hours hunting and exploring functions trying to get my photos to look the way I wanted with usually disappointing results. But sitting in class this weekend, I was constantly ooohing, awwing, and occasional smacking my forehead at the shortcuts Bri and Angela taught. I’m so excited to use photoshop now!
As I said on Friday, I spent all weekend at Blogshop being inspired and educated on photoshop and blogging. I must say that there is nothing quite like being surrounded by creative and innovative people. I learned so much, and it really made me think about my blog on a whole new level. As a result, I’m going to be tweaking and cultivating posts so that I’m really excited about each and everything. First make-over is my Music Monday. While I love sharing my favorite song of the day, it’s not very stimulating creatively. Don’t worry, I’m not doing away with the music, but I have decided to also include a mood board inspired by the album cover. What do you think?
Song of the Day: The Littlest Birds by the Be Good Tanyas
Wahoo! It’s finally Friday. I hope you are having a fantastic day and have some great plans this weekend.
It’s a pretty exciting weekend for me. Tonight my hubby and I are joining one of our favorite couples- Betsy & David- for a dinner date at Local Three, and then we are heading over to Decatur to enjoy a lovely evening out with some of our friends we too rarely get to see. And tomorrow I will be stuffing my brain with tons of blogging, Photoshop, and other info from my blogging role model Bri and the talented Angela at Blogshop! I am beyond excited, and added bonus, I get to spend two whole days with the lovely Natty Michelle!
Hope your weekend is fantastic!
photo of Tina Turner by Jack Robinson