weekend getaway | san luis obispo | ann-marie loves paper

weekend getaway | san luis obispo | ann-marie loves paper

weekend getaway | san luis obispo | ann-marie loves paper

weekend getaway | san luis obispo | ann-marie loves paper

weekend getaway | san luis obispo | ann-marie loves paper

weekend getaway | san luis obispo | ann-marie loves paper

weekend getaway | san luis obispo | ann-marie loves paper

weekend getaway | san luis obispo | ann-marie loves paper

weekend getaway | san luis obispo | ann-marie loves paper

weekend getaway | san luis obispo | ann-marie loves paper

weekend getaway | san luis obispo | ann-marie loves paper

San Luis Obispo has a way of making me regret filling in “Architecture” as my major of choice on my Cal Poly application back when I was eighteen. I mean, architecture, Ann-Marie??? Really??? Needless to say, I did not spend my college years in endlessly charming SLO. (I spent them in endlessly charming San Diego, so I’ll survive.) But now that I have long since graduated (sans architecture degree) and scored myself a cute fiance, San Luis Obispo is the perfect place for two twenty-somethings looking for a weekend adventure. Because when you break it down, this town has it all: beauty, brains, and a whole lot of thrifting! We’ll be back soon, SLO…

9 Responses to “weekend getaway | san luis obispo”

  1. Dawn

    Stunning photos as usual!! Looks like so much fun 🙂 question, for your vertical photos that are side by side..is that a template? It how did you do that? I’m trying to figure it out and so far..nothing, lol

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    • annmarielovespaper

      Thank you Dawn! I’m sure there are plenty of easier ways to pair two vertical photos together, but I drag both photos into Photoshop and paste them onto a new canvas (preset: web, size: 1024 x 768px). Once they’re both on the same canvas, I manually move them around to my liking. Hope this helps! (:

      Reply
      • Dawn

        Thank you!! Thank you!! Thank you!! I’ll play around with that tonight 🙂 You rock!

      • Dawn

        Sorry! One more question. So, what do you resize the individual vertical photos to before dragging them to your new layer? Thank you!!!

      • annmarielovespaper

        I just divide it in half, so 768px tall by 512px (or maybe a few less, depending on the amount of space I want between the photos).

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