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POTN G-Series Speed Challenge #32: Point - Counterpoint

 
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Sep 22, 2005 16:09 as a reply to  @ post 794064 |  #31

Thanks BottomBracket - all you need is a subway, a bit of nerve and a lot of luck! That can be your assignment this week :-)

Rpolitsr, can you share more on your technique? I loved the alpha channel component of the process - it looks outstanding as an image in itself - it should be in a gallery - outstanding.


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Sep 24, 2005 13:12 |  #32

Thanks to you MegaTrixel for the comment.

Thank you abat. The visual effect of the Alpha Channel was just a bonus to the distance mapping used to create it. I agree, with you, the silhouettes and the foggy aspect are pleasant!

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Rpolitsr, can you share more on your technique?

Sure. It will be a pleasure. I am preparing an easier example. I will post it as soon as possible in Post processing and printing to keep this contest on topic.

I will post here the link to the new thread.


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Sep 27, 2005 20:19 |  #33

Finally, I posted a new thread in Post processing and printing to explain how to create the Depth Maps for Lens Blur in PhotoShop CS as I did for my photo in this contest.

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Depth Maps for Lens Blur Filter in PhotoShop CS


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