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18 Oct 2006 7:21PM
well... welcome to photoshop.

this ought to get more clicks than the last one becuse its better. jumps of the screen more, the colours aren't so muddy as last time.

better crop too, the half windows on the last one were a bit distracting.

i might have kept the small tuft of grass by the back wheel, but thats me.

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Love what you've done to this one, good choice of colouring Smile
chrisco Plus
12 59 3 United Kingdom
18 Oct 2006 8:20PM
Great shot,nice use of colour,like it a lot.
kitsch Plus
12 439 4 United Kingdom
18 Oct 2006 8:59PM
fabulous! this has much more impact than the original, very well done Wink

18 Oct 2006 10:06PM
Wonderful shot, like it a lot.
11 21 6 United Kingdom
19 Oct 2006 7:28AM
Love what you have done here excellent work what a cracking picture.

Tandberg Plus
14 1.2k 2 England
19 Oct 2006 8:11AM
Loved the other one!
And i like this even better! The crop is well suited! Smile
backbeat Plus
11 134 1 United Kingdom
19 Oct 2006 9:31AM
Excellent!..sometimes 'less is more' with photoshop anyway (i should follow the same principle!))

Anyways, better than the first version i think, the colour really pops out of the image

AlanBW Plus
11 20 England
19 Oct 2006 2:07PM
Definitely has impact, I like the use of colouring here
19 Oct 2006 6:04PM
19 Oct 2006 8:08PM
Definitely much more impact than the the excellent original. Great image.
JohnDyer Plus
11 67 2 United Kingdom
19 Oct 2006 8:28PM
nicely worked
PLCimagery Plus
11 77 1 England
20 Oct 2006 11:43AM
i agree with general comments made already. Better crop and colour - definately more impact

vaughar Plus
13 242 United Kingdom
20 Oct 2006 2:23PM
wow, this is great - bit different and very nice treatment. MUCH prefer it to the other version, which on its own is ok, but this really stands out when they're side by side.

You could crop a tiny bit more off of the right where the bricks of the wall stand out at the bottom of the shot. But its great as it is.
JohnH37 11 1 United Kingdom
20 Oct 2006 4:51PM
Excellent manipulation.
20 Oct 2006 6:17PM
I like this, the only thing i really know how to use on P Shop is the ever handy "clone tool"..thanks for the nice comment on my portfolio...
Pogs Plus
11 13 England
22 Oct 2006 10:10PM
Well deserved rc Smile
ChristineL 12 39 United Kingdom
23 Oct 2006 4:33PM
Really great image, I love it,
kinfatric Plus
13 550 9 Scotland
23 Oct 2006 4:33PM
yes its terrific
Coza Plus
13 2
23 Oct 2006 5:09PM
rich character in this pic.


davidbailie Plus
14 457 7 United Kingdom
23 Oct 2006 6:22PM
Like the whole essence of the shot - moody and detailed
5 Nov 2006 3:26PM
Excellent shot - love the selective colour

Pricey Plus
12 161 2 United Kingdom
10 Nov 2006 4:14PM
Love this shot, selective colouring works perfect.
12 Nov 2006 6:53PM
I absolutely adore this shot. This is just wonderful. Really good work. I love the composition.

13 Nov 2006 11:25AM
Well observed, composed and captured ...

Susie :o)
14 Nov 2006 5:20PM
Love this...Ian Walker (above) is spot-on so I thought I'd redress the balance & click this one as its ps'd just enough to add impact...

yes! also fantastic. i love how all the greys are settled in behind the bright colors.
11 12 1 United Kingdom
11 Dec 2006 10:45PM
Great image Lyn! Original and creative.
11 12 1 United Kingdom
11 Dec 2006 10:46PM
Great image Lynn! Original and creative.
Slaterm Plus
11 496 1 United Kingdom
3 Mar 2007 10:39AM
prefer this to the uncropped version - great travel photography
HowardA Plus
10 231
19 Mar 2007 10:43AM
Really like this - and it really does remind me of the 'Dam! Excellent P'shop work too.
Good picture !

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