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bismah 17 45
9 Mar 2005 8:18AM
beautiful.. trees on left and right also plays the role of border.. result is great..seems like a painting.. did u manipulate it
ajhollingbery 17 106 England
9 Mar 2005 2:06PM
A rather stiff and formal composition but it works for me. However I think the contrast needs a boost so that the geometric shapes of the fence stand out from the liquid forms in the grasses.

johnjohn01 19 58 England
9 Mar 2005 10:42PM
Works for me.
10 Mar 2005 7:39AM
the only mods i did to this were to alter the colour slightly and a little croping, andy, i'd be interested to know how i'd change the contrast between fence and grass, as i'm new to ps.
cheers dad!
thankx for your comments.....vix
ajhollingbery 17 106 England
11 Mar 2005 3:31AM
Hi Vicky.There are several ways that the you could adjust the constrasts between the fence and or trees and the background. Perhaps the easiest way is top select the fence/trees and copy the selection to a new layer. You can then adjust whatever you like (contrast, colour balance, saturation, curves, levels, etc.) and it will ONLY affect the area selected. Yoy can then reverse the selection and copy the background to a new layer and adjust that also. This is a very useful way of adjusting any single part of an image.

Hope you have fun experimenting with PS and continue to enjoy your photography.

11 Mar 2005 9:06AM
thanx andy for youradvise, i'll have a go!


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