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Not a Good Thumbnail

By GlynnisFrith
This title should really be 40's War but as the thumbnail is lacking impacted I changed it

Now this is more likely to flop not my normal type of image but hay ho on it goes

Taken at the SVR railway at war weekend back in July but I have had a play in PS & came up with this.

I have uploaded the original for you to see

Go large if you dare LOL


Tags: Transport Digitally manipulated Portraits and people

Voters: mrswoolybill, Imagephotographics, paulrankin and 14 more

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mrswoolybill Plus
11 1.2k 1794 United Kingdom
24 Nov 2009 10:01PM
The thumbnail is absolutely intriguing Glynnis, don't knock it! I'm not into historical reenactment but here you have turned today's figures into a sculpture.

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GlynnisFrith 11 23 3 United Kingdom
24 Nov 2009 10:03PM
Thanks Moira for the encouragement
24 Nov 2009 10:20PM
Superb work indeed

BBB 9 2 England
25 Nov 2009 7:58AM
I really like it G, especially going large and F11
TrevBatWCC Plus
9 12 11 England
25 Nov 2009 10:36AM
I often think when you can't make out what the thumbnail's about, it makes you click on it to see what it is. That's not say it isn't good, of course! A great bit of playing around in PS, Glynnis, think it works really well, and prefer this to the original V2.
TrevB Smile
cassiecat 9 39 46 England
25 Nov 2009 7:30PM
really need to view large, love the processing of v1.lesley
25 Nov 2009 9:15PM
Love the processing in V1, but V2 large is fantastic with the gun firing. Well done.
26 Nov 2009 3:16PM

Quote:Love the processing in V1, but V2 large is fantastic with the gun firing. Well done.

I agree, great work Glynnis
27 Nov 2009 1:01PM
V2 works in its own right, I personally am not sure about V1.

Like how you have caught the flame from the end of the gun not real sure about V1

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