The wedding invitations in this video were created using a clip art program called Adobe Photoshop Elements. At its core, Photoshop Elements is a photo editing program, but it can also be used to create a variety of graphic images, from simple greeting cards to elaborate invitations. This video demonstrates the capabilities of the program.
The video includes three different versions of one of the invitations, including the one created in Photoshop Elements, with a plain white envelope, one with a black and white wedding picture, and one with the wedding picture framed in a gold frame.
The video includes a variety of photos that illustrate the capabilities of Photoshop Elements. Our favorite is the wedding invitation with the gold wedding picture. That’s because it’s the only invitation we saw that had the wedding picture framed. The video also includes a photo of the black and white wedding photo, with the gold wedding picture framed in the middle. This is nice because it’s the only wedding photo we saw with the gold wedding picture framed.
The video is well done. It’s nice to see a video that doesn’t contain just a bunch of images. I especially love the wedding photo, which has one of those “magic” frames that allows you to see the image twice in a row. In the video the background is a gold one, but the frame itself is a black and white one. Thats because when I first saw the photo, my mind was blown because it was the only wedding picture I’d ever seen.
The video was shot by a wedding videographer named Alex Bley, who has done video for such a range of artists as the Rolling Stones, Maroon 5, and the White Stripes. In fact, his video for Maroon 5 was their first video (and so far, only one they’ve released on YouTube).
Bley worked for a couple of years doing weddings for a well known wedding company, then decided to pursue a career in video. In the video, he explains how he was able to pull off some of the most complex photo/video combinations he’s ever worked with by taking advantage of the fact that wedding photography has a few unique qualities.
Wedding photography is usually a very labor-intensive process. There’s a lot of manual work that needs to happen, and every wedding will have its own unique set of challenges, making it difficult to get “perfect” shots. You have to pay attention to every detail, and when you can’t be there, then you’re on your own. This is where Bley’s unique approach came into play. He has mastered the art of “not being there”.
Bleys approach to wedding photography seems to be just that: a technique. He’s using a camera that has a lot of manual settings, but he takes advantage of the fact that because his camera has just a few “blinks” in it, he can use that as a “blink” to create a slightly different effect.
It was a wedding, and while in the middle of shooting photos, he lost his flash, and had to re-flash everything. It was a bit of a headache, but he just kept trying to make it work until it did and he was done. It was a really cool process so, if you are planning on getting a wedding with a budget, I would definitely take a look at Bleys approach.
Bleys has some kind of “blink-stitching” app, and the difference between the two is that the app creates an animation to match the background. It’s a nice effect for a few seconds, but over time it turns into an annoying mess. The trick Bleys has is to make the background as smooth as possible, and then have the animation move the image to match. This is a great effect for a wedding invitation but really hard to pull off when you’re shooting photos.