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Marmite moment

By PMWilliams  
I was given flowers as a thank you during the week and I took what just started off as a low key image but then in a moment of boredom and having had photoshop for a few months and not tried using it, I took that step of not having a clue what I'm doing but here goes, I quite liked the effect. Your comments and thoughts are welcome Smile if anyone knows of any good tutorials on Photoshop I would be very grateful to.

Tags: Flowers Photoshop Red Filters Roses Flowers and plants Low key

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23 Aug 2019 10:21PM
Lovely..Lin
bassan 19 15
23 Aug 2019 10:26PM
Lovely, lovely, lovely image. You can almost touch it. Excellent texture work!
23 Aug 2019 10:28PM
Beautiful image


Jan
GeorgeP 15 62 26 United States
23 Aug 2019 11:40PM
Marmite moment caught my eye! Not sure of your title but it is a great image.
Toobi_Won 11 77 8 England
24 Aug 2019 12:27AM
Beautiful subject isolation, Pat!
Mike
youcantoo 5 1 United States
24 Aug 2019 5:40AM
Excellent shot
24 Aug 2019 6:30AM
I am amazed that you have produced all your photographs thus far without Photoshop. You must surely have had some other software, given the quality of your landscapes.
Julieanne Kost and Scott Kelby both do very good You Tube Videos on using PS (there are thousands out there) and I can recommend John Gravett's book "Photoshop for Landscape Photographers" and also Scott Kelby has a number of books on the subject, all are good.
24 Aug 2019 11:51AM

Quote:I am amazed that you have produced all your photographs thus far without Photoshop. You must surely have had some other software, given the quality of your landscapes.
Julieanne Kost and Scott Kelby both do very good You Tube Videos on using PS (there are thousands out there) and I can recommend John Gravett's book "Photoshop for Landscape Photographers" and also Scott Kelby has a number of books on the subject, all are good.

24 Aug 2019 11:53AM
Thank you, I use Lightroom and probably it will remain my work horse for landscapes but having Photoshop and not knowing how to use it is frustrating, thanks for all the info I will be checking out all the names you have given me 😃
Irishkate 12 45 121 United Kingdom
24 Aug 2019 12:18PM
You've managed to retain the texture and detail in the lovely rose Patricia.
Trial and error with Photoshop - too much of any slider can degrade the image
but it is great to bring back detail in shadows and highlights if the light is bright
and strong contrasts in a scene.
Masking is useful too to brighten/darken an area but not the whole image.
KateGrin

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