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How I make a background for a prom- the theme is “Wonderland”but no cartoons. We work with the prom committee to start.
Start with a slide
But they want a nightime scene with fewer trees.
OK, first I mask off what I want from the initial slide-
And add it to a slide I created from a city skyline I took at night and the moon I shot at Seaworld with some stars added
Combine them together
Oh, but they don’t want the mansion, and can you move the tree over and put some flowers in?
OK, can we see it with some people in it?
This is how we’d like you to change it.
More emails > > >>> "Rick Harding" 5/2/2006 9:35:00 AM >>> > > I just got the color picture of the background you want. A couple of > > questions- > > There is a note that you want the starbursts to replace the flowers. > Is > > that ALL the flowers? including the ones in the fountain? > > Can the fountain be a lighted one at night? I think the starbursts > > would look good in that kind. > > And the flowers on the ground, flowers or starbursts? > > Do you want the tree to be just a tree without any flowers? > > The backwards clock- you show 6:30 but say 6:00 is what you want? Do > > you want it to be bigger than the moon? > > > > Thanks, let me know so I can get on it firstname.lastname@example.org
Ok- but what about the fountain, choose one and do you want all the flowers to be starbursts and is this clock OK?
> >>> "Rick Harding" 5/2/2006 10:12:27 AM >>> > Just a real quick idea for fountains, I will put more starbursts in > them if > wanted. And certainly cut them out of their backgrounds. Just take a > look > > ----- Original Message ----- > From: "Mark Keenum" <> To: > Sent: Tuesday, May 02, 2006 9:47 AM > Subject: Re: background> > > > I'll send this message to the students who made the suggestions. As > > soon as I get their response, I'll send it to you. > > > > Any chance we can do the floor like they wanted? > >> > Thanks, > > Markrharding1@satx.rr.com
Email back and forth Use the fountain sample 2, and the clock will be fine. > > Thanks, > > Mark
More email > >>> "Rick Harding" 5/4/2006 6:38:38 PM >>> > Please check out the whole background at > http://www.hardingstudio.com/Holmes/ > The black and white checks on the floor they stand on will be bigger. > 1. No pathway- I think this looks bad > 2. Pathway only- a little better > 3. Pathway and plants on the side - this is the best because the plants > help > break up the line where the floor and screen meet. > > If you have any changes to the background please let me know email@example.com://www.hardingstudio.com/Holmes/
Mr. Harding, Please use the below recommendations to finish the background. Thanks, Mark >>> Larissa Montes >> I liked the third background that included the greenery on the sides of the pathway that the couple stands on. I think that if greenery covered the cement completely it would look really awesome, other than that I think we are covered for the background. Thank You, Lari