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By saltireblue    
Eveing everybody.
I am having fun (short-lived) after downloading the free (as a Scot, I like that word) 30-day trial of PS CC. The biggest advantage is that it comes with the full version of ACR which is a completely different beastie than the slimmed-down, watered-down version that comes with Elements. Have been doing most adjustments in ACR and only dipping into PSE for small things like cloning out things. What a difference!

Anyway, this was something I spotted by the road-side on the way to our local shop to get a litre of milk and the local paper.
A boring object but I saw some potential in the subject...

Many thanks for all the comments on my previous upload.

Thanks for bothering.


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jasonrwl Plus
6 1.1k 10 United Kingdom
17 Apr 2014 6:32PM
ACR is awesome!

Nice one Malc

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17 Apr 2014 6:46PM
Gosh all this techno stuff....
Doesn't anyone just take photos????
By the way.....Love this
woolybill1 Plus
10 22 68 United Kingdom
17 Apr 2014 7:16PM
Fascinated to see the horizontal banding with the minimal central element; makes a strong contrast with the loopy-hoopy bits. ACR aside, I reckon the strong graphic elements would deserve a b&w experiment Smile
A most unusual subject, well worth the road-side pause.
mrswoolybill Plus
9 985 1499 United Kingdom
17 Apr 2014 7:38PM
Alien looking. Makes me rather worried as to what may be germinating underneath.
I like the black sky...
RonnieAG Plus
6 153 116 Scotland
17 Apr 2014 8:07PM
Has an almost abstract quality and as Bill says, a B and W version might works well.
Is it some support mechanism over a crop?
saltireblue Plus
6 6.0k 33 Norway
17 Apr 2014 8:08PM

Quote:Alien looking. Makes me rather worried as to what may be germinating underneath.
I like the black sky...

The black sky is actually a dense line of tall firs where I have removed the detail and darkened the already dark green, Moira.
Strawberries will be planted here.

saltireblue Plus
6 6.0k 33 Norway
17 Apr 2014 8:10PM

Is it some support mechanism over a crop?

Spot on Ronnie, aluminium hoops supporting a plastic a giant softbox, if you like, lessening the effect of direct sunlight.
cats_123 Plus
12 4.6k 26 Northern Ireland
17 Apr 2014 8:51PM
Interesting subject matter. Might be inclined to try and clone/remove the grassed area and have a straight b&w contrast Grin
taggart Plus
12 47 13 United States
17 Apr 2014 9:08PM
Good processing with the :Free software" wonderful all over lines!
Nikonuser1 Plus
4 96 14 United Kingdom
17 Apr 2014 9:54PM
Interesting subject and capture Malcolm, like it, but as commented above a B&W version?Smile

LynneJoyce Plus
8 20 99 United Kingdom
17 Apr 2014 10:24PM
just about compus mentus enough to view photos now that the morphine has worn off. Love all the intersecting lines in this. (If anyone tells me that there are no intersecting lines that morhine is strong stuff!
danbrann Plus
12 624 17
17 Apr 2014 11:07PM
You have made that frame look interesting Malcolm I have just come back indoors I have been away doing my first ladies football match.
franken Plus
14 4.0k 4 Wales
18 Apr 2014 8:13AM
A really interesting image here, Malc.

SlowSong Plus
8 6.4k 29 England
18 Apr 2014 11:57AM
This works really well. A striking image.
Quoise Plus
3 746 United Kingdom
18 Apr 2014 1:04PM
Makes a fab abstract! I converted it to mono and it looks good in mono too Grin
TrevBatWCC Plus
8 12 10 England
18 Apr 2014 1:46PM
Well, PS Elements 11 is good enough for me! Wink A great abstract image seen here, Malc Smile
Trev Smile
18 Apr 2014 6:37PM
A really good working of this image Malc, well done.

John Smile
20 Apr 2014 8:38PM
Stunning and very curious shot.

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