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08/09/2010 - 2:30 PM

Cats ready for the catch

Cats ready for the catchI thought I'd try something a little different to the other mods, here I have used the HDR in photoshop to boost the detail in the rock. I also leveled out the horizon and took out the rock on the left.
07/05/2010 - 10:27 AM

Whitby Abbey

Whitby AbbeyHere in my mod I have boosted the colours and added some contrast with levels, I have also duplicated the sky and set it to multiply blend mode to darken it and add more impact and drama.
I have also made a black and white version using the red filter in photoshops B+W palette options.
Hope you don't mind.
04/05/2010 - 6:40 PM

Hatfield Forest 9

Hatfield Forest 9I selected your model then used that selection to make a channel mask, I then used the blur/lens blur (in photoshops filters) to blur the background slightly.
04/05/2010 - 6:22 PM

Hatfield Forest 9

Hatfield Forest 9In my mod I have used a channel mask as a basis for adding some lens blur to make the background look more out of focus, I also used a layer mask to bring back the shapness to the forground to make it appear more natural. Caroline
01/05/2010 - 9:35 PM

Victorian Viaduct

Victorian ViaductI approached the mod from a different angle, here I have used free transform to straighten the bridge a little, then I used the clone tool to add some sky to the left arch area, I also added a little clarity to try and bring out the texture in the brickwork, finally I tweaked the levels a little.
11/04/2010 - 6:50 PM

"See no Evil"

"See no Evil"Hi Lillian, For the single owl I first cropped it out and very slightly sharpened it and did the border and keyline in photoshop. For the other I duplicated the layer, over sharpened the whole image to bring out owl 3, then I used a layer mask and gradient to remove the sharpening from the first two owls. I also used a dodge tool to lighten owl 3 slightly, then added border. Caroline