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Misty Morning Horses.

By WelshKiwi  
This is taken from the same place as the image I uploaded yesterday. Llanberis in North Wales.

Only, I have done a normal Lee trick, and gone in closer.

Ive paid a little more attention to this one, but Im still not at all sure when is it too much or when is it not enough. Hope that makes sense ??

Well its all practise and it would be no fun at all if I got it all right on the first go, so at least this will be an on going project. To last me the rest of my life no doubt....... Smile

Im really getting into this digital stuff now, the more Im learning and reading the less bl**dy scared of it I am.

I need to practise removing dust bunnies, but I just seem to make a mess of it all, so Ive left it alone up until now.

Also need help with "Noise" removal. This is GRAIN in film terms isnt it. What button do I press for that lol Smile

Once again, Ive ticked the "Mods Allowed" button. I find this a very useful tool indeed and Im learning so much from them.

Thanks to Joe in particular, he takes such an effort with me and is a real gem for helping me so much. I hope he is beginning to see a difference.

I, personally cant wait for my 1 year anniversary on Epz, Im hoping that there will be a huge improvemnet in my PF.

Thanks for looking, I know I get so much pleasure from seeing all the different portfollios on here.

Have a nice day.

Lee Smile

Tags: Morning More Horses Wales Feeling General With Misty North Much Ps Slate Llanberis Confident Landscape and travel Wildlife and nature Lake llyn Pardarn

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Comments


MrsS 16 4.5k 18 England
19 Feb 2008 11:30AM
Not too sure about the frame, Lee, don't think it's adding anything to the image.

There is some really good free noise reduction software "imagenomic noiseware" is the one Paul uses.

Done a mod for you, tweaked levels, changed the frame - - not done anything about the noise, tho' cos the software is on Paul's system.

Very impressed with the comp, and the birdie Smile

Fran x
Buffalo_Tom Plus
16 2.3k 29 Wales
19 Feb 2008 11:34AM
Lovely comp and mood Lee.Fran has advised you about the noise.
Well done.You have a really good eye for a shot.
Tom.
imander 15 388 7 United Kingdom
19 Feb 2008 11:45AM
beautiful composition, reminds me of an old painting
ian
19 Feb 2008 12:19PM
Composition is spot on

Graeme
luxaeternam 15 21 1
19 Feb 2008 12:22PM
I have to say that when I scrolled down to write my comments everything I wanted to say had been said!
Great 'old master' style but I find the frame overpowering.
I'm personally a fan of 'Noise Ninja'. I do find that treating noise takes a bit of observation as sometimes it smooths things so much that you want to sharpen, and that seems to add noise, and you end up with a vicious circle. Sad But that may be because I'm too impatient!
Smile Lucy
akw 15 341 3 England
19 Feb 2008 12:33PM
Nice image Lee.
alan
lonely_oryx 15 61 55 England
19 Feb 2008 12:50PM
Great landscape - I use noise ninja but find you only need very slight adjustments to improve the image
WelshKiwi 14 3.2k 2 Wales
19 Feb 2008 12:52PM
Thanks Everyone, Im learning AGAIN. Didnt realise you needed a special package to get rid of noise..........

Your all so helpfull Smile

Lee Smile
fentiger 21 920 24 England
19 Feb 2008 1:11PM
This is a very good composition Lee and fine as it is. However if you require a bit more contrast see my mod
Bodiewil 15 46 Wales
19 Feb 2008 1:18PM
Hello you, lovely comp and work... There's no size in your image and that will give you issues. There are a lot of Noise reduction programs about but Noise Ninja and DeNoise are my favs and work through PS as a plugin... Put a mod up changing the levels, curves and noise oh and the black border.... Oh and we are going to Dunraven

Dabe
proz 18 205 United States
19 Feb 2008 1:48PM
good solid composition Lee!
rmr 15 1 Wales
19 Feb 2008 7:57PM
super composition and the framing is excellent
well done
mark
Kris_Dutson 20 8.2k 1 England
19 Feb 2008 8:54PM
OK, dust bunnies are removed with the healing brush, the one that looks like a sticking plaster. Choose a soft brush - I tend to use the soft airbrush. Alter the size of the brush to be larger that the dust spot - press [ for smaller and ] for larger. Click near the spot then click on the spot, brush slightly if needed to remove. It won't work near dark edges so don't try so you'll need to use the clone tool, again use the soft airbrush.

Noise - try lassoing the sky, feather to maybe 20 pixels on a 72 dpi image, then go filter, noise, despeckle - repeat if needed and that should be good enough for web use.

You could also try selective sharpening. Lasso the ground, feather then sharpen using your prefered method. This will leave the sky unsharpened but then clouds tend to be soft and fluffy.... Wink
Assyrian 15 132 Scotland
19 Feb 2008 9:14PM
I think it's a great image, very reminiscent of an old painting (don't ask me by whom!)

Chris
newy17 16 273 United Kingdom
20 Feb 2008 3:47AM
it has got an old painting feel to it lee love the composition ,,
ian
WelshKiwi 14 3.2k 2 Wales
20 Feb 2008 8:08AM
Thanks Kris, Ian, Chris, Albert, Dave, Proz and Mark.

All the help you have given me has been cut and pasted into a "Helpful Comments" folder on my desktop, so I can refer to them.

One things Im also learning is that everyone does everything differently. Which is great, but aint half confusing when it comes to PS.

Have a nice day.

Lee Smile
Kris_Dutson 20 8.2k 1 England
20 Feb 2008 9:00PM
that's the thing with PS, there's always half a dozen ways of achieving the same thing. The trick is to find, then use, the one you're most comfortable with.

Smile
leons29 15 South Africa
27 Feb 2008 3:13PM
Really great image
Leon
rowarrior 14 4.4k 9 Scotland
28 Feb 2008 10:59PM
Really nice pic, don't like the frame, and you've got a couple of dust spots you could clone out above the trees on the left Smile

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