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11 May 2010 2:37PM
nice picture. i like the reflection.

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11 May 2010 4:16PM
Great shot
Oliverpants 7 2 2 England
11 May 2010 4:27PM
Beautiful shot, lovely reflection. Ann
Porthos 6 1 Northern Ireland
11 May 2010 9:25PM
I love the detail and the water colour appearance that your pictures seem to pocess. How do you process to acheive this?....Derek
11 May 2010 11:17PM
Superb image.
Rob.
DiegoDesigns 10 117 6 United Kingdom
12 May 2010 9:01AM
Once again the processing really does fit the subject matter, a lovely result... Dave
TrevBatWCC Plus
8 12 10 England
12 May 2010 11:16AM
A very beautiful shot of this lovely location, David, and love the way you've processed it, too.
TrevB Smile
12 May 2010 1:59PM
Thank you all for your kind comments, it is much appreciated and very encouraging.

Derek- Using Adobe Lightroom, 1 Raw file duplicated twice, giving three files, one I set to EV -2, one I set to EV +2 and one as shot. I export to Photomatrix using the “Fuse” option.
Saved as a 16bit tiff and opened in PS. I then use Topaz Adjust, usually selecting the “Detailed” preset (default settings) on the image and use the PS opacity slider to lessen the effect and also a layer mask to remove the effect from parts of the image. I am no expert and if there is a wrong way / long way of going about something, I’m ya man. Wink

Regards
David
Porthos 6 1 Northern Ireland
12 May 2010 4:36PM
Thanks for that insight David. I'm gona give that a try sometime.
Regards
Derek
davidhu 10 19 United Kingdom
12 May 2010 7:57PM
Nicely composed with the lines naturally leading your eye to the bridge. Good processing to bring out the detail.
Dave
DRicherby 7 269 725 United Kingdom
15 May 2010 12:43AM
Beautifully composed and the subtle processing works very well.

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