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NDODS Plus
5 4.9k 125 United Kingdom
2 Apr 2013 5:39PM
I love the concept, execution and the outcome.

Regards NathanGrinGrinGrin

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mrswoolybill Plus
9 930 1463 United Kingdom
2 Apr 2013 7:25PM
Interesting and creative, I'm working out what you've done here. I think it would work better for me if the edges of the colour areas in the foreground figure were softer, also perhaps on the lady's red bag.
What does work well for me is the very limited, harmonious palette against the shades of grey. Earthy browns and greens, with just the occasional splash of hot red.
Moira
2 Apr 2013 8:29PM

Quote:Interesting and creative, I'm working out what you've done here. I think it would work better for me if the edges of the colour areas in the foreground figure were softer, also perhaps on the lady's red bag.
What does work well for me is the very limited, harmonious palette against the shades of grey. Earthy browns and greens, with just the occasional splash of hot red.
Moira

Hello Moira well were do l start ! one total shot converted to b/w and used transparancy applied. then a cut out of the the people and speed effect applied.. then imported another shot of the same and cut outs of two prominant people superimposed on top !
Then whole lot grouped together and a little HDR applied in Topaz x4 .. Serif x5 was the main photo processing area ...hope all this makes sense what a parlarva ! Best wishes Alan.
neonknight 11 1 United Kingdom
2 Apr 2013 8:54PM
Really like the idea you have gone for here the motion blur works well,John
2 Apr 2013 8:55PM

Quote:Really like the idea you have gone for here the motion blur works well,John
Hello John thank you for your comment much appreciated Best wishes Alan
5 Apr 2013 9:10AM
I love the motion Alan,great stuff shows how much we all rush about !

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