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Fogey

Hi everybody,

Looking for a site to profile my photographs, get feedback, hints and tips in a friendly, safe environment.

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  • Drinking Hoverfly

    Wow! Thank you all.
    • 8 Jul 2016 8:58PM
  • Celebration of Clive's Life

    Very sorry to hear of your loss. My thoughts are with you.
    • 24 Sep 2015 11:31AM
  • All in a Row


    Quote:Great line up well taken

    peter



    Somebody pointed out to me they look like load of feathered recruits being drilled by the drill sergeant.
    • 3 Sep 2015 1:45PM
  • Lunch

    That has to be one of the best that I have seen. If I could produce an image of that quality, i would be over the moon.
    • 15 Aug 2015 5:57PM
  • Just a Bee

    Wow! Thank you all for the votes, user awards and kind comments. Well pleased.
    • 9 Aug 2015 10:06AM
  • Shrewsbury Square at Christmas

    Thanks for that Paul, I never even considered the concept of coloured lights. Any advice on lens flare?
    • 24 Dec 2014 12:07PM
  • 1940's child

    Ian, Try this.

    Take the shot, process and sharpen.

    Duplicate a layer. Then Filter > Other > High Pass and set the pixel count to 4.6 or thereabouts and click OK. From the layers panel, select overlay.

    The image will be grossly over-sharpened. Select Image > Adjustments > invert. This will alter the over-sharpening and soften the image. Adjust the opacity to create the softness you want.

    Create a mask and paint out the softening on the eyes, nose and mouth - again use the opacity of the paintbrush to suit.

    Then shadows and highlights.
    • 21 Dec 2014 10:16AM

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