As it gets colder and colder during fall and winter the need for a good soup to keep warm is always important. A yummy and tasty soup option that I like is Gnocchi Chicken Minestrone. Using Gnocchi turns this Minestrone variation into a nice dumpling soup to enjoy. It can be a bit time consuming since there are a number of vegetables and couple meats to chop up but it worth it in the end so just get the cutting board out to get chopping. Regularly for garnish this recipe uses asiago cheese and basil but just from experience in serving at most the cheese is wanted and the basil is left unused so have on hand what you feel is going to be used for a garnish.
When having photo editor software, a photo can be edited to remove and replace parts of the photo. The original background was a white marble but wanted to change it up with using fall colors and a patterned background. So step one for doing something like that is to create a layer mask to use on the image where the area selected in the mask will appear while everything else is hidden. Now doing a process like this is easiest when you have simple geometry shapes for your selection which is exactly what I had since the soup bowl was a circle. If you have more complex shapes and lines to follow for the mask selection then you could be at it for a while to accomplish so plan your photo out first if you plan to do a process like this in a photo editor.
The pattern background was applying a color layer with a pattern overlay at a low opacity so that it looked like the pattern was of that color. Additionally, a shadow layer was created since as you notice that the color of the background darkens the farther away from the soup. A last little touch for the background was the layer mask for the photo was edited to where the original shadow for the soup bowl was still in there even with the new background. Photo editing is a huge undertaking to learn and do that is why there are books and whole courses on how to do it but once you get the hang of it, it can open up new options for what you can do with your photos. For logo this time around, the main goal was to be part of the background so used a font that worked well with background by being of a decent thickness. The same pattern for the background was applied to the logo to keep similarities then to give it a little prominence a drop shadow was added.