It is weird how the littlest of changes can make a big impact? I realize that is what this year is all about. There have been so many changes and they range from small to large, but they all resulted in some massive changes. But right now I am looking at the background of my blog and I cannot believe how much of a difference it makes. On one hand, I feel that it is too dark for me, but looking at it, it feels right. Everything is lining up perfectly and the image is not that blurry. I am able to look at this background and see all these books and candles. It is making me both happy and sad. Happy for the change and see a clearer image, but sad that it took me a while to do so.
In doing so, I also had to make a change with the header. Again it is amazing to see the difference from when I first started to what I just put up. The earlier images were very blurry and hard to see. My lines were very jagged. I even had some horrible editing with horrible erasing, shoddy ways in being able to see the words, to who knows what else (I am just too tired and done with thinking in the negative). It was just a mess. But now, everything looks clearer. A part of me is asking why there is such a stark difference?
I do not feel like I have improved that much in Photoshop skills over the years. I cannot do what the master’s do. I do not know all the codes and shortcuts that exist. I don’t feel like I have changed in my structure in use. The frequency has changed. Since we have been doing online learning I have been using Photoshop more in creating stickers with the teacher and mine bit emojis. Though I don’t feel like it would help me improve that much. Would it? I have left both images at the bottom for you to see. Just click on the image to see it better.
In the end, I just wanted to comment on the changes that I happened. What do you think? Do you think that the changes are good? What changes have you seen in yourself this year? Are they positive or negative? I do hope that they are positive changes and they are helping you learn and grow as a person.
Until next time,