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Drops Of Music Revised series

By sweetart79      
More digital manipulations done to original photo. I agree that the original had better compositions. But I like the color in the second one for some reason. In the original I shot in a different white balance and in the other I shot with the correct white balance. You folks have taught me some digital manipulation tricks and I thank you.

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Andysnapper 8 109 25 England
5 Mar 2013 6:39AM
Superb, I really love this, it's imaginitive and technically excellent.

Andy

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ErictheViking 4 124 102 Scotland
5 Mar 2013 8:45AM
I like this the best it has the good qualities discussed in the first and second versions and I find the random colour makes me look around the image rather than just at the image. Grin

Well done Michelle the technique you are using works and all I can suggest from here is to use that technique with other themes as your inspiration decides.

Eric Grin
paulbroad 9 117 1074 United Kingdom
5 Mar 2013 9:19AM
That's better. The original idea is good, but this now lifts the idea to a creative level. The work was well worth it. Now try one even closer with fewer drops.

Paul
pamelajean Plus
10 969 1845 United Kingdom
5 Mar 2013 5:36PM
Wow, brilliant, Michelle. That's my favourite version of the two images, and I really like the way you haven't gone as overboard as I did with the colouring of the balls/drops. Eric is right, the eye moves around and in and out of the dimensions, and the random placing of the colours helps create a more interesting journey for the viewer's eye. Well done!
Pamela.
5 Mar 2013 9:18PM
and all of you were awesome in assisting me. thanks for the critique and editing suggestions.

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