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30/03/2013 - 8:35 PM

Wall Painting

conradWalking through a city street with a lot of walls with graffiti on them, this wall caught my eye. I do like good graffiti, if itīs done well itīs better than a blank wall, or than just the vandalism kind of graffiti. But this is just so much better, I think. I quite like it.

05/04/2012 - 1:28 PM

H.M.S. Warrior 'Painting'

conradStill thinking about giving images a more painterly feel, I suddenly realised that for this purpose I could probably make very good use of images that I previously considered unusable due to low quality, or other problems. One image that I immediately thought of, was one that I'd taken in January...

04/04/2012 - 3:00 PM

Painterly Ashley

conradStill on the dog theme, but going in a different processing direction. I've been looking at the possibility of giving images a painterly feel. This is just an experiment - the image isn't ideal, due to (among other problems) the burnt out whites on the head. But it gives me a good idea what's pos...

PhotogeneHere's a technique for softening the skin tones in a portrait. What you need to do first is duplicate your background layer in the layers pallette, by holding down the control key on your keyboard, and then pressing J (for the macintosh this would be command and J). Next go up to filters/blur/g...