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Stace Plus
8 2 2 England
26 Sep 2008 8:55PM
Superb image

Stace

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cbridget 8 43 United Kingdom
26 Sep 2008 8:57PM
Like a detailed watercolour, lovely colours and subtle tones.
Well done,
B
Cole 12 53 16 England
26 Sep 2008 9:07PM
the tones and colour work really well on this.
love to know the technique you used to do this
26 Sep 2008 9:12PM
Fanastic artist picture, worthy of exhibiting. Paul
Bob_V 9 1 2 United States
26 Sep 2008 9:12PM
Such a beautiful image, fantastic work.
Bob
CarolG Plus
9 196 18 Greece
27 Sep 2008 6:24AM
Excellent image, the presentation is beautiful. Carol
AlleyCatz 10 274 6 England
27 Sep 2008 11:01AM
Excellent old shot fiddling Alison.
Like the use of dof.
Congrats on your HC Smile


~Alley~
cattyal Plus
11 7.8k 6 England
27 Sep 2008 7:28PM
Hello everyone and apologies once again for my late return.

Thank you alll and thank you Pete for the HC Smile

Actually Paul, I've got to sort out some prints for a show at the end of November - maybe I'll get this printed up and see what it comes out like.

Andy - thanks to the lens I use the DOF is always pretty narrow which helps in throwing the background out. The filter I use is Whyeth by Lucisart . I've been using it a while now - either in a heavy-handed fashion or with more subtlety! It's excellent for boosting details on shots and I must admit that I find it hard not to apply it to everything. On this shot I applied it to a duplicate layer and then erased the background flower so that the softer version returned. Happily the background was nice and white so it was an easy job. By all means give me a yell if you want to know anything else. I thoroughly recommend trying out the 30 day demo - it's great on flowers, people, places - pretty much anything once you get the hang of the right settings! I never use it on my own face though - the detail is rather alarming.
Possum 10 148 England
27 Sep 2008 9:45PM
Absolutely divine - well done Smile
Allie
User_Removed 9 485 13 England
6 Oct 2008 9:15PM
magical

Dave
cattyal Plus
11 7.8k 6 England
22 Oct 2008 10:22PM
Thank you again everyone and thank you Cole for the User Award - a most pleasant surprise when I logged on Smile

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