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*Please note the change of Date for Anne Aveyard to 19th December 2018

  Anne Aveyard updated Robert Harvey poster

'Have you met my Husband?' © Bob Watson

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'One Direction' © Ron Davey

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'One way or the Other' © Lyn Jenkins

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'Toby Bear' © Suzanne McGowan

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'Washing Day' © Malcolm Barents

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'Camden Town shed door' © Sheila Brown

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'Beguiling' © Mike Gardiner

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'Bang!' © Mike Gardiner

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'Impressionist life on Mars' © Valerie Williams

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'Farmstead in Winter Sun' © Haydn Morris

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'Mist amongst the Trees' © Haydn Morris

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'What did you say that cocktail was called?' © Valerie Williams

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'Shots and Stripes' © Carl Jacolette

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'A Rose by any other name' © Anthony Scott-Morley

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ArrowArrow
Bob Watson
Have you met my Husband?
Ron Davey
One Direction
Lyn Jenkins
One way or the Other
Suzanne McGowan
Toby Bear
Malcolm Barents
Washing Day
Sheila Brown
Camden Town shed door
Mike Gardiner
Beguiling
Mike Gardiner
Bang!
Valerie Williams
Impressionist life on Mars
Haydn Morris
Farmstead in Winter Sun
Haydn Morris
Mist amongst the Trees
Valerie Williams
What did you say that cocktail was called?
Carl Jacolette
Shots and Stripes
Anthony Scott-Morley
A Rose by any other name
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Changing a Sky

  1. Open the image with the bland sky.
  2. Open a suitable sky image.
  3. Try to ensure that the light direction and colour match  the picture.
  4. For example, a Mediterranean sky would not match the Scottish highlands on a rainy day.
  5. Resize the sky layer to match the size of the picture. (Image – Size)
  6. Select all of the sky [Ctrl A].
  7. Copy [Ctrl C]
  8. Go to picture and paste in the sky [Ctrl V]
  9. This will probably obscure the underneath image.
  10. [Ctrl T] for Transform.
  11. Use the corners etc. to size the sky to fit the sky area of the image.
  12. Consider the blending options and the opacity to match as close as possible.
  13. Keeping on this layer (original picture) choose Blending Options (fX at the bottom of the adjustment layers.)
  14. A drop down menu appears. Choose Blending Options.
  15. A new window opens. Go to the sliders at the bottom.
  16. Choose the bottom slider (Background Layer) and drag the leftmost slider to the right.
  17. The underlying image now appears through the sky.
  18. Click OK
  19. Depending on the underlying image you might need to paint out any sky that interferes with the image.
  20. (Make a layer mask and using black paint over the areas where you do not want the sky to show).

Anthony Scott-Morley