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Experiment

By clive burrow
Been playing around with one of my Kingfisher shots from Stodmarsh. I've been trying to get a painted effect picture that I can get printed onto Canvas to look like a painting.

This ones had a Buzz Pro painting effect applied to it in PS and a new background from a different part of the reserve.

Would be interested to know what people think.

Tags: Digitally manipulated

Voters: Glostopcat, liparig, pcjackso and 25 more


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liparig Plus
13 233 United States
21 Oct 2005 11:12AM
Great shot well composed
joe

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Yes it would make a nice pic on canvas.Good
work.
Pauline
ReidFJR Plus
13 310 United Kingdom
21 Oct 2005 11:16AM
great shot - maybe less strands of rushes on the basis less is more - best regards frank
ericfaragh Plus
14 147 4 United Kingdom
21 Oct 2005 11:20AM
Lovely capture.
IanA Plus
14 3.0k 12 England
21 Oct 2005 11:31AM
Nice bit of work Clive.

Ian
21 Oct 2005 11:38AM
Oh Yeah......SUPERB...I Love it!!!!
21 Oct 2005 11:52AM
lovely image
21 Oct 2005 12:11PM
I have been playing with printing to canvas.
I've found that some of the best effects come from either converting to a pastel , or the opposite ,very strong overdone colours and sharpening, and another good effect is to remove some of the background so that the picture is no longer rectangular (no border).
Kevin H
PS dont forget it is probably a water based ink.
24 Oct 2005 2:08AM
It works very well!!

Sharon
24 Oct 2005 10:40AM
Very effective playing! You seem to have achieved the desired effect Clive.

Fran
Mavis Plus
15 143 2 England
17 Nov 2005 12:39AM
I am very impressed . A beautiful capture and I love the background .
30 Nov 2005 9:43AM
Spot on another excellent capture

Hawk

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