Wednesday, November 2, 2016

Happy Halloween! (Belated)

Well, better late than never, right?! I have gotten my new computer up and running and have downloaded the latest upgrade of Photoshop Elements to do my photo editing. I have taken many photos and managed to even get a few Halloween photos. Without further ado, here is my little Halloween photo session:

Gathered around the Great Pumpkin for their Halloween photo!


The little girls got atop the Great Pumpkin for a better view! "What happened to the little bunny?" asks the little Pumpkin.
I hope you all had a fun Halloween!


22 comments:

  1. Hello Phyllis! I don't celebrate Halloween, but in Spain 1st November is national holiday, so I got a day off...
    Cheers.

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    1. We don't get the day off for Halloween (well I do because I am retired now!) but it is a fun day!

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  2. Bardzo ładne zdjęcia :-) Maluchy i dziewczyny są prześliczne w tych swoich kostiumach :)))
    Serdeczności!

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  3. These are nice photos. The little girls are so cute.

    I had to go see what Photoshop Elements is. I would really like to do a better job with photo editing and do some advanced things. Thank you for mentioning it.

    I was wondering why the little girl in the bunny suit wasn't in the photo and then I saw the caption under the photo. I had to laugh.

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    1. She wouldn't fit on the pumpkin with the other little ones, I will have to save her for Easter!

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  4. Happy belated Halloween! Didn't it come quickly? I bought Halloween items last year, and didn't do a story, so of course I thought I would use them this year. Nope. Still no Halloween story. I know next Halloween will be here before I know it. I should probably go ahead and do the story so I won't miss it again. Love the pictures. It's always nice to see Halloween costumes.

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    1. I was inspired by Miranda's pumpkin patch at OneSixthAvenue and I also bought a bunch of items to do a Halloween scene last year including little pumpkins, skeleton's, haybales. But I still haven't gotten around to putting together a dio either! This is what I was able to come up with quickly!

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  5. Very cute photos, Phyllis! Loved the little gals. :)

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    1. Thanks, Farrah! Aren't the little girls adorable?

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  6. Wow the color is so bright and vibrant. Is that because of the program you used? They all look wonderful!

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    1. I think this is more because I have a pretty good camera. I did this photo without flash. I also did adjust the lighting in PS Elements too. I am learning how to play with the program more each day!

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  7. Awww the little gals are the cutest! The little bunny already went ahead to do trick or treating ;)

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    1. Yes, that is where she went! She wanted to get a head start on the candy!

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  8. This is so cute, love the little ones!

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    1. Thanks! They are so adorable, aren't they?!

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  9. Better late than never! Very nice photos! I like your dolls' fancy dresses.

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    1. Thank you. All the dolls are in their original costumes.

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  10. I'm obsessed with the Kelly in the pumpkin outfit! She's too precious :)

    -Alexis

    www.dollier.com

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    1. Isn't she?!! These Kelly dolls in the Halloween costumes are just too adorable!

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  11. I don't know how I missed this post, but you did such a wonderful job at pulling this together! I love the mix of the different dolls and pumpkins. Everthing is colorful and a lot of fun!!!

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    1. My daughter had purchased the real pumpkins an the "Great Pumpkin" I bought several years ago. I pulled this together really fast, so I am glad you like it. Thanks!

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