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Impressed with the G10 :-)

 
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Nov 26, 2009 03:55 |  #1

Walking around without my SLR, I took this with my G10. Processed with Photoshop. Topaz adjust and Silver effex were fed into background layers with reduced opacity and areas masked..... I like the strong 3d effect.


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Nov 26, 2009 05:05 |  #2

Well done!


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Nov 26, 2009 05:33 |  #3

Excellent


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Nov 26, 2009 05:47 as a reply to  @ lespaulowner's post |  #4

A quality image nice one;)


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Nov 26, 2009 09:59 as a reply to  @ longsight's post |  #5

I am impressed as well. Nice work.


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Nov 26, 2009 11:38 |  #6

Simple & high quality. I like it.




  
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Nov 26, 2009 12:04 |  #7

very cool effect,, I like the tones and your composiiton works here too,, nicely done !!


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Nov 26, 2009 21:26 |  #8

Beautiful image.


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Nov 26, 2009 21:57 |  #9

Nice work Scuff! Love the colors and composition.




  
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Nov 26, 2009 23:14 |  #10

Beautiful composition


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Nov 27, 2009 07:20 as a reply to  @ Chris's post |  #11

That's great work. Beautiful image.


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Nov 27, 2009 09:04 |  #12

I am impressed with the quality of the camera as well as with your PP. Just out of curiosity, when toning with SFX, did you layer-mask those leaf/petals back a little?


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Nov 27, 2009 09:21 |  #13

CannedHeat wrote in post #9090699 (external link)
I am impressed with the quality of the camera as well as with your PP. Just out of curiosity, when toning with SFX, did you layer-mask those leaf/petals back a little?

Thanks for your comments.

I roughly masked the leaves with the SFX layer. This allowed the Topaz effects to show through. The SFX layer (top) 'blackened' the background and toned it down, which allowed the leaves to show through stronger.


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Nov 27, 2009 09:44 |  #14

Scuff wrote in post #9090762 (external link)
Thanks for your comments.

I roughly masked the leaves with the SFX layer. This allowed the Topaz effects to show through. The SFX layer (top) 'blackened' the background and toned it down, which allowed the leaves to show through stronger.

Thanks, appreciate the reply. I thoroughly and fully follow what you are saying. I't a wonderful-looking pp effect. Print it large and hang it!


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Nov 27, 2009 10:06 |  #15

CannedHeat wrote in post #9090860 (external link)
Thanks, appreciate the reply. I thoroughly and fully follow what you are saying. I't a wonderful-looking pp effect. Print it large and hang it!

Thanks Dan, if I may reciprocate - I love what you have done with PP in your Gallery, excellent stuff there.


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