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Day 22 July 2010: Creative landscapes

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nik111 e2
6 332 United Kingdom
22 Jul 2010 12:01AM
Everyone has a landscape shot in their collection but we want to see one you've got creative with. Have you had a try at dragging? Added a zoom burst? Or played around with the image in Photoshop. Whatever you've done we want to see it.

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newfocus 8 644 2 United Kingdom
22 Jul 2010 8:25AM
I think maybe I'm happiest with this one from a creative angle. Comp done in-camera, toning done with the help of photoshop.
22 Jul 2010 11:07PM
Over the Waves. Tsunamy perhaps?

Actually a seascape - fisheyed then inverted in PSPAv5

over-the-waves-dscf1167.jpg

23 Jul 2010 9:29AM
I was hoping to enjoy seeing a lot of entries from the landscape guys and gals here - where are you all? Smile
peterjones 12 4.0k 1 United Kingdom
23 Jul 2010 4:50PM
Here ....... Grin; One from Mersea Island:

beach-huts-and-clouds.jpg



details? cloud formation very much brought out in P/S my usual way is in ACR importing perhaps 3/4 times and then combining in Adjustment layers; a bit of Curves here and H/S there to bring out the colours of the beach huts.
f8 11 9.2k 22 England
24 Jul 2010 12:16AM
Glad I'm not the only one getting creamy tinges to the clouds.
24 Jul 2010 12:55AM

Quote:Glad I'm not the only one getting creamy tinges to the clouds.


Which pic are you referring to? Smile
f8 11 9.2k 22 England
24 Jul 2010 8:16AM

Quote:Glad I'm not the only one getting creamy tinges to the clouds.

Which pic are you referring to? Smile


One from Mersea Island, rings in the centre of the clouds, I'm plagued with them.
24 Jul 2010 10:59PM
Not quite sure what you are seeing - my own pic gets a bit artefacty, but then I was messing err playing around with it.Smile

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