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Paintman e2
8 902 173 United Kingdom
2 May 2011 12:19PM
These were two of my mods from the two up-loads by Sandgrouse.


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DOGSBODY 6 1.4k 30 England
2 May 2011 12:50PM
My mod for Sandgrouse.

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widtink 2 406 2 Scotland
4 Aug 2012 10:57PM
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its no very often Kirkcaldy is in the news ha ha
petebfrance 2 1.3k United Kingdom
5 Aug 2012 3:49PM
Had a go in Painshoppro 7
Process very simple,
- increase colour depth
- stretch contrast
- convert to greyscale
- adjust brightness / contrast (not a lot, really)
No masking, dodging, burning - doesn't seem right somehow....
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but real trouble resizing - the curved tramlines come out squiggly (technical term) whatever method I use - and the same problem shows up here on Epz's resizing, I've just noticed on the preview.
petebfrance 2 1.3k United Kingdom
5 Aug 2012 4:18PM
Also Paintshoppro7
Increased brightness (48 out of 255), contrast 7%,
Increased sharpnes (standard from photo menu)
Convert to greyscale.
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Wilco54 e2
2 150 1 Luxembourg
21 Sep 2012 1:36PM
I just found this exercise, it was a good idea! I have added a modification!

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