I'm a freelance editor, writer and photographer. I picked up cardmaking as an art hobby more than 25 years ago. That led to scrapbooking, but really took off when digital scrapbooking software started popping up on the market. It dovetailed well with my career and has sparked an interest in developing skills as a graphic designer. You all are so talented; you inspire me! I live in the beautiful state of Montana where I work from home and volunteer for a local non-profit called the Dylan Steigers Concussion Project. Besides a passion for photography, I love sports, flyfishing, cardmaking, gardening, and walking my favorite beagle. My goal is to become better at making digital content rather than using what others have created so I can give back to this wonderful community of scrapbookers.
This is for the May 8 LO challenge "scraplift yourself." This is a series of photos I took 15 years ago with my first digital camera, an old Olympus with a motor drive and a whoppin' 1.4 megapixel resolution--the first "high-resolution" digital camera. Well, it still works and takes decent photos, though the thing is the size of a small Mack truck! I scraplifted a layout I did a few years back, which you can see here: https://www.pixelscrapper.com/sites/default/files/styles/456_scale/public/s3fs-user-content/layout-image/user-25662/node-24871/slices-of-soccer-layout-sports-multiple-photos-storybook-creator-software-blue-gray.jpg?itok=aRXKU9WS . My daughter spent most of her time upside down in the air when she was on this trampoline here and at her gymnastics training, so I wanted to capture that motion with these photos.
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