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  • Green Heron by DBoardman

    Wow!
    • 25 Dec 2018 7:55AM
  • ESCAPE FROM DULL WEATHER... by Jouİo

    Wow!
    • 3 Mar 2015 8:59PM
  • night vision by scouser

    Seriously, only 14 votes?
    A brilliant photo, click!
    • 3 Dec 2014 5:51PM
  • My Family and Other Animals by lilley

    Thanks Harriet. It was one of the first books I read at High School, I really enjoyed reading it and it has always stuck in my memory. I seem to remember how he matched animals to his family members?

    My son has always had a real empathy with his pets, who love him as much as he does them.
    • 19 Oct 2014 8:00PM
  • Intricate by Trawden

    Hi
    Forgive me, I never said what I did:

    I used Photoshop elements...

    1) Go into levels, and draw the left slider to the right to just touch the bar graph to darken the image a little.
    2) Do the same for the right slider, which will appear to lighten the image again.
    3) Go in to shadow and highlight and reduce your highlights and midtones a little. This with serve to deepen your image.
    4) Pick the sponge tool and increase the saturation one click.
    5) pick the sharpen the tool, and sharpen just a little, I used 20. Don't use auto, play around yourself, so that the image appears clearer without looking artificial.

    The above will improve the image. If you want to draw the eye in, look to what you want the eye to be focused on, and lighten and darken the surroundings accordingly in order to achieve this. Elements is quite good at letting you select what you are going to play with, I picked the dark brown around the central arch to darken leaving the white arch brighter, the same with the side arches.

    I did not want the white side arches to be "in your face", so a touch of lightening and sharpening, to kind of create an arch to start the eye moving forward without stopping.

    I am sure that the correct way would be to create layers so that you can un-do any of the above modifications, but I just like to play around.

    Have fun with your photography, keep posting, keep smiling.

    Carl.
    • 26 Jan 2014 10:41AM
  • Aysgarth in Flood by Norma

    Very nice.
    • 8 Dec 2013 7:27PM
  • AMY 1 by michelle30

    Version 3 for me.
    • 16 Feb 2013 5:24PM
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  • Posted on dalecath's profile

    Hi Dale
    I was going to say your photo's are awe-inspiring, but decided to change that to inspiring.
    Now I want to try emulate some of your ideas.
    Thank you.
    • 27 Jan 2008 10:24PM
  • Posted on rah's profile

    Hi Rah
    Great original work.
    Keep posting, your work is inspiring.
    Carl.
    • 26 Jan 2008 10:27AM

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