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Ironbridge - As it Might Have Been

By Bowline
Same image as the last one. I wanted to try my hand with photoshop. I desaturated then played with green and red balance. Added a mite of noise. I thought the treatment would suit the subject.

Tags: Architecture The ironbridge - sepia

Voters: User_Removed, Kwosimodo, angelamary and 8 more


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Comments


clayman 11 2 England
24 Feb 2007 8:45AM
A good effort, well composed.

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Shroomer 9 14 167 England
24 Feb 2007 12:22PM
Welcome to Epz. Great capture been there many times and this is superb. Lovely composition.
Richard
User_Removed 12 16 1 United Kingdom
24 Feb 2007 2:55PM
a very old feel to this one. nice work

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mollye 9 3 United Kingdom
24 Feb 2007 7:56PM
Lovely image it works for me
Mol
25 Feb 2007 11:53AM
i like the use of sepia on this one, works wel to give it that 'oldness' about it.

In reply to your comment, as you not a full member and i cant private message you...

selective colouring is easy. if you have photoshop CS2 i use the 'colour selective' tool. (its where the paint brushes are, right click)

if not...

Use the image you want as a background, make a new layer and set it to 'colour' change your bush to a white or a balck and paint over the parts you dont want coloured.

Hope this helped... probably wasnt the best explanation.

thanks for the nice comment on my pic btw, need some good feedback haha.
Bowline 9 28 England
26 Feb 2007 7:57AM
Thanks for the comments folks, and I feel most welome.. Obliged for the info Rider.I will give it a go, although CS2 is something I don't have.. I think it will work almost the same in P/S..? Maybe Ha..Ha..
18 Feb 2009 10:57AM
Very nice again.

Carsten

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