Behind the scene | Thumbnails | Blog
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Today I wanted to talk about one of the editing parts that I think is often overlooked and that is the famous thumbnail. I happen to use Adobe Photoshop Elements and I have been working with this programme before which has really benefited me. ( I am not sponsored.)
I work with layers as that makes it easier to keep things in check and also to remove without much of the project being affected. I try to keep a new photo of myself each season and of course change the name and image of the recipe that is being made for each recipe.
So of course when I take a picture of the finished result I try to have a white background as it makes it easier to cut out and place on the thumbnail and again preparing this before editing simplifies the uploading a bit which is helpful.
I try to keep the thumbnail as true to me as possible as it helps relate the thumbnails to me as the content creator. Many of my viewers aren't subscribed and this helps filter my content out in the crowd.