You would think working 8 hours on a Saturday would be torturous–and usually it is, but somehow time slipped away from me today. My summer job working at a medical library left me with nothing to do all day. So, being the procrastinator fantastic time manager that I am, I decided to start playing around with Audobe Photoshop and the stock-pile of animal photos I’ve been collecting for some time. The result? See for your self:
Well… it’s definitely clear that I’m a novice, but I actually had a lot of fun making these! And one thing’s for sure…I gained a whole new respect for photoshop users. It’s so much more complicated than I thought!
Fellow Animal Advocates,
I encourage you to consider attending the 2008 National Animal Rights Conference this summer! It is in Washington DC, and will make a pretty awesome summer vacation! Registration is $120. I know this seems like a lot, but it will truly be the experience of a lifetime, not to mention a ton of fun!
The four-day program features nearly 100 presenters from more than 60 organizations and nine countries, representing virtually all sectors of our movement. They appear in eight Plenary Sessions, 50 Workshops, 30 Campaign Reports, and 7 Rap Sessions. Other program elements include: Exhibits, Videos, Newcomer Orientation, Group Workouts, Strategy Meetings, Networking Receptions, Awards, and musical entertainment.