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  • Brightly coloured crown.

    Hi Helen, If you don't mind me asking, how do you achieve such an effect? I can see what looks to be 4 distinct colours (Red, Green, Blue and Yellow) and then mixtures of those colours on the boundaries.

    Do you drop all the colours from a single pipet (although I imagine this would be fraught with obstacles such as colours not mixing at all or mixing too much) or do you drop the different colours simultaneously from multiple pipets?

    I've seen this effect done before but never been able to find out exactly how it is done.
    • 2 Apr 2018 3:03PM
  • Winter's search....

    Great shot, I am yet to see a red squirrel in the wild and only ever seem to find the American grey squirrels.

    Well Done

    • 4 Nov 2010 8:08AM
  • Tawny Owl

    Great Owl Portrait. Wonderful natural background.

    • 2 Nov 2010 4:48PM
  • Sunset and waves

    Great Sky, I would have also had a go at a long exposure version as well.

    • 2 Nov 2010 4:12PM
  • In The Fall

    Great Location, Excellent image.

    • 2 Nov 2010 4:08PM
  • Sgwd Gwladys

    Fantastic Waterfall image. I really like the blur of the water in the foreground.

    • 2 Nov 2010 4:03PM
  • Tiger

    Quote:His head and shoulders are so good with lots of detail that I think I may have cropped the righthand side of the shot and made this a portrait of a beautiful animal. What do you think?

    Thats a good idea. I may have a play tonight and see what I get.

    • 2 Nov 2010 1:52PM

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