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A bit more in your face.

By ElaineGregg
Similar to yesterday, so the weather is still wet. This time I have played with different filters, using the inkoutline after using Automate HDR, then adjusted the Hue/Sat sliders this way and that. Not sure about the black spaces that seem to have appeared on the right hand side, if I knew how to reopen the file after I had flattened the layers and changed it to a Jpeg I would have filled the spaces with something.

Thanks for comments on yesterdays effort much appreciated as I am out of my comfort zone Wink

Tags: General Flowers and plants Close-up and macro Digitally manipulated Digital art Wildlife and nature Humour and fun

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ringyneck 11 315 18 United Kingdom
5 Jul 2012 9:49AM
Yes the black does look at odds with the rest but I do not dislike it.

This ones a righjt riot...nice one.


p.s. pop a question in the forums and I am sure some of the brilliant and kind "experts" will sort out the layers query.

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5 Jul 2012 10:04AM
Thanks, about to have a look at Youtube - know the answer to everything Smile
andylea 9 37 1 United Kingdom
5 Jul 2012 12:55PM
love those colours elaine a belter cracking work nice one Wink
sable 10 9 7 United Kingdom
5 Jul 2012 1:22PM
Interesting piece of work xx
posty57 10 6 2 United Kingdom
5 Jul 2012 1:43PM
Once you flatten an image, and convert it to JPEG, unless you are working with software that stores 'history states', that is it I'm afraid Elaine Sad

Other than the black bits, it's a terrific image...I love the processing.

rayme330 6 17 1 United Kingdom
5 Jul 2012 3:15PM
I love this stuff - push the boundaries see what you can do.Grin

Niknut Plus
8 1.8k 76 United Kingdom
5 Jul 2012 8:13PM
Lovely shot !!!....great idea, with a gorgeous result !!!

Those 'black' bits ??....try the magic-wand tool on a low (20 ?) setting to select the black areas, & hit Ctrl +J
to put them on a new go to Hue/Sat., & click on 'Colourize'....adjust the Hue slider to your
desired colour, & adjust 'Saturation' & Layer opacity to suit.....flatten the layers when you're happy with
the result, & the jobs done !! the image under a new title, or give it a suffix...........

Hope that helps a little ???....regards....Keith .Smile
6 Jul 2012 9:01AM
Thank you, you are my new Youtube. Wink

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