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- Sat Feb 10, 2018 1:00 am
- Forum: Image Processing
- Topic: Using Textures To Enhance Photos - Learn & Share - Post Yours!
- Replies: 63
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Matt - that last one is post-card ready! I wanted to play also... with the idea that the definition of texture can be pretty loose, I took many sunset shots and blended them together, and then figured out how to get a selection of a recent dove shot I got - got sick of the ultra saturation from the ...
my thought is that the effects you have added look great on the reflections and sand, but are too harsh on the heads and waves. Perhaps use a gradient to let the effects through stronger on the bottom and weaker on top. (and like the girls - I could be all wet!)
#1 so free and high flying, #4 cool background textures. I like #1 for your reason also Linda Piet, I like the fifth, the male, even though it wasn't there, because he reminds me of my late father-in-law when he took out his teeth. Matt you made me crack up, I can see that you understand fully the ...
- Wed Feb 07, 2018 3:18 am
- Forum: Photography Discussion
- Topic: Portrait Inspirations
- Replies: 14
- Views: 237
stunned.. the ones I liked the least were with the larger smiles. Contemplative frowns and eyes alive - my favorite was the three little girls, the frowning one especially, and the two boys with folds in the shirt fabric. Wonderful work!
Lovely. The Redwing was my granddad's favorite bird, so they are mine as well. (Y) I pick favorites all the time and my wife tells me that it is not allowed! Wonderful birds. The third and fourth are my favorites, with all that contextual background, but the profile shots are nice too. I almost nev...