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Three angelic musician

By xwang
It seemed that my luck wasn't so bad in Sherborne Abbey, (none-shaken)Grin. I got some of the figures on the choir stall and carvings of misericords. I quite like them., they are at least medieval..
My knowledge of photoshop is quite limited. So far, this is the only way I can think out to isolate the background, and make the photos look more interesting. I'd like to have your ideas, is there anything else can be done to make them look more interesting ? Grin I used mask layer, extending canvas and moving tool, quite 'straight forward operation'...Smile All comments, criticisms&MODs are welcome. Thank you.
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Update: I have uploaded the three original photos on V2-V4. Have a fun..SmileThanks.

Tags: Architecture Digitally manipulated

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nikshot 13 9 1 United Kingdom
19 Jul 2011 10:06PM
Hi Jasmine, is there any chance you could upload the original image or images as it would be easier to help using those.... Nick
xwang 13 56 8
19 Jul 2011 10:43PM
No problem, here you are.. three original photos. Thank you Nick... have a funWink
nikshot 13 9 1 United Kingdom
19 Jul 2011 10:56PM
Sorry Jasmine, I can only see one at the moment. If you can get the other two up I will play
with them tomorrow and get back to you....Nick
pdcche 12 4 United Kingdom
19 Jul 2011 11:30PM
Lovely wood carvings Jas, well presented in V1.. Peter
xwang 13 56 8
19 Jul 2011 11:31PM
Sorry Nick, i was off line for a while.. they are on nowSmile
User_Removed 14 26 2 United States
19 Jul 2011 11:34PM
Wow, you combined them so well! A stunning image, Jasmine. Wonderful wood carving and you captured the texture.
Christina
xwang 13 56 8
19 Jul 2011 11:40PM
Photoshop job, Christina... miles away behind youSmile
banehawi Plus
18 2.8k 4333 Canada
19 Jul 2011 11:43PM
Good work Jasmine. I prefer V1 and V2 of the set, with V3 and V4 being a little overexposed. I will load mods of these two with exposure reduced a little.


Regards


Willie
banehawi Plus
18 2.8k 4333 Canada
19 Jul 2011 11:59PM
Just realised how youve done this Jasmine, and you addressed the overexposure well in the V3 and V4. Mods loaded either way, - you may find the method useful.



regards


Willie
andylea 14 37 1 United Kingdom
20 Jul 2011 12:43AM
v1 for me jasmine brilliant work very very nice oe Wink
andy
Ray42 14 3 England
20 Jul 2011 6:48AM
Very good work Jasmine - I think you have done a great job - corrected the over exposures in 3 and 4 - looks a great result to me IMHO
xwang 13 56 8
20 Jul 2011 9:33AM
Thank you Willie.Smile
V2-V4 were the original ones that I put them on later under the request from Nick.
The most challenge part for me was to adjust the three photos into similar light and colour. Yes, Multiply layer reduces the light and increase the constrast very efficiently, very helpful indeed.
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Thank you Allen, great work. WinkVery imaginative, I didn't think of this way... excellent!
Thank you all for your kind comments and support, your imaginative thoughts and ideas are very welcome.
Jasmine.
nikshot 13 9 1 United Kingdom
20 Jul 2011 3:22PM
Mod loaded, hope you like it... Nick
paulbroad Plus
15 131 1294 United Kingdom
20 Jul 2011 5:11PM
A set of nice images. V1 is excellent - well done and extremely strong. Most people would be pleased to have done this. The other three are good, but v4 lacks definition and all three could be a little darker with a contrast boost - as is the case in v1.

Paul
accipiter 13 61 England
21 Jul 2011 6:27AM
Good job. A
21 Jul 2011 11:23PM
Lovely work Jasmine..Lin
PaulLiley 13 2 13 United Kingdom
22 Jul 2011 6:45AM
I think this is wonderfully presented. However you do it - it's a very good result. Like the black bg too. Shows up the texture of the wood with subtle lighting , very well. And no shakes! Nice one Jasmine. Paul

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