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Bleached out in Photoshop to accentuate the form. Turned into an illustration more than a picture.
Like it a lot.
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I like it a lot too - great effect Paul.
Me too. Very graphic, reduced to the minimum with maximum impact. Well done.
I really like the effect and the expanse of white on the left gives it a good feeling of space.
An interesting effect that has worked very well indeed ....wonderful perspective!
*congratulations, this photo has recieved a warb award.
very graphic, great shapes. can i ask, how specifically do you achieve this bleached out look? is it just using the brighness/contrast and curves?
I really like this picture, wish I knew how to use photoshop so well.
well Warb, looking into this phenomenom of the Warb, I did some research - and Warb backwards is Braw - and braw means...
adj. Scots brawer, brawest
- Fine; splendid.
So, cheers! or !sreehc even
oh - and on a serious note too. The main change was with the pippets (sp?) in the levels command - in which you choose the white point for the image, and everything obeys that point. I chose the lighthouse (which was pretty dark already) and then everything went light - except the very darkest parts of the lighthouse (the structure). I worked on a few distracting elements with the eraser and there you have it. (e-mail me if anybody is completely confused by this brief explanation)
wow its you, didnt even realise it was you, and you did your research, superb. also according to googlisms 'warb is sitting at the head of the table' and 'braw is a scots phrase meaning extremely excellent'. if i hadnt already given you an award that could of earned you one ;o)
and thank you, i will be trying the snippets :o)
get my click! very minimalist. me likes
Wonderful image. Sometimes less is more.
Love the feeling of space aroud this nice use of photoshop.
Very nice shot, like the cropping and the, let's call it. 'overexposure' effect a lot.
Great shot Paul
Great crop, effect & image
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