Chancing the Brown Moutain Lights is the fifth book in the Brown Mountain Lights series. The colors on this one are my 2 favorite colors, despite being told bu the hubby that you can’t have 2 favorites. The sister duo authors wanted to continue using the one photo I took of Brown Mountain from the first book, and just make changes to the colors and adding a second foreground image composite.
Chasing the Brown Moutain Lights is the fourth book in the Brown Mountain Lights series. The colors on this one came together so nicely. The sister duo authors want to continue using the one photo I took of Brown Mountain from the first book, and just make changes to the colors and adding a second foreground image composite.
Yes, this is several posts combined into one, but they all center around the camera club so it’s all getting clumped together in one full post.
Series are typically easier, the last one, book 2, being the exception, as you already have a theme, type and somewhat of a design layout to follow. Continue reading
Boy this post has been a long time coming! Now we did physically build another house, move and I had other projects going but I think I’m at least a year overdue on writing the post.
The sister duo already has a new series about the Brown Mountain Lights with one out and the second one in the works. I guess I’ve just been busy with things but today while clearing out my computer files I decided to post before some of the files I had were deleted.
This one was bittersweet. It was my favorite cover but it was also the last in the series. I can tell you the end of the book required tissue. Continue reading
I bought a few Photoshop actions thinking they’d be useful for a client’s cover someday. On the way home from the grocery store I was first in line to wait for a train to pass. As the red and white bar crossed the road I wiped my cell phone, pressed it to the windshield and waited to snap. When I got home I used the actions, then continued to edit and tweak them. I spent WAY to long on them and in hindsight should’ve closed everything except Photoshop because these massive files chugged along on my computer, all along with me praying my CPU wouldn’t crumple under the strain.