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Feb 06, 2006 01:09 as a reply to  @ post 1160445 |  #91

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if you would like the PSB to see what im talking about, i can upload it for you.

PSB? I think I'm going to need lessons... :D


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Feb 06, 2006 01:25 as a reply to  @ post 1159321 |  #92

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If anyone wants to have a go at PS the second skytower to bring out the pier in the forground withought blowing out all the lights, please feel free, I'd like to see it.
raw file here, (for awhile- only 128K upload speed too, third world Telco...)
http://joebloggs.serve​beer.com/potn/temp/img​_0032.cr2 (external link)

My version HERE (external link).

Damn jpeg compression...


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Feb 06, 2006 01:29 as a reply to  @ post 1159321 |  #93

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...raw file here, (for awhile- only 128K upload speed too, third world Telco...)
http://joebloggs.serve​beer.com/potn/temp/img​_0032.cr2 (external link)

Woohoo, 95% download complete, only three days to go :rolleyes:


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Feb 06, 2006 02:04 as a reply to  @ joeseph's post |  #94

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PSB? I think I'm going to need lessons... :D

PSB is Photoshop CS's 'Large Document Format'

I have given 2 photoshop lessons already last month. Perhaps if there is enough interest here I could run a class.


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Feb 06, 2006 02:15 as a reply to  @ FlyingPete's post |  #95

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Woohoo, 95% download complete, only three days to go :rolleyes:

It's all Teresa's fault! sorry!


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Feb 06, 2006 02:18 as a reply to  @ joeseph's post |  #96

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It's all Teresa's fault! sorry!

Did I ever tell you she was my manager way back in 1996 before her sudden climb to CEOship...

Yes I too have worked for the third world Telco, and like you involuntarily :rolleyes: (i.e. they bought the company I worked for).


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Feb 06, 2006 12:13 as a reply to  @ MattL's post |  #97

MattL wrote:
PSB is Photoshop CS's 'Large Document Format'

of course it is. I must have been drunk...

I'll have a go & see if I can get something close to what Matt's done - learning as we go.

thanks Matt & Nordieboy!


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Feb 06, 2006 18:00 as a reply to  @ joeseph's post |  #98

I took a copy with the background stuff the way I wanted it and added a layer over top the same with the exposure upped to show the pier better.
Masked off the peir and removed the background then adjusted the transparency of the top layer to show the pier better but not so it was out of place.

It also worked with just adjusting the transparency of the overexposed layer without cutting out the pier but then the sky wasn't as good.


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