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Chinese Gardens

By WesternRed
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Tags: Digitally manipulated Architecture Chinese Gardens

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Comments


richmowil Plus
7 310 1 England
3 Jan 2014 12:18AM
Nice original image Red!! The processing on V2 is different and interesting!! Nice work!!

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Mollycat Plus
2 11 2 United Kingdom
3 Jan 2014 12:19AM
I'm unsure Red. I like the original, but I'm drawn to two. Two wins, the processing and colour is magical. Next time just put up one image so this simpleton does'nt have to make a choice. Grin Peter
Peter I think its my fault putting Variants. What I am doing is showing the original for a comparison.
Regards WesternRed.
Jocelia Plus
4 2 1 Australia
3 Jan 2014 2:50AM
V2 is vibrant Red and leaves V1 quite ordinary looking.
I do like you processing on this one, again has great impact
and shows a good work out with the colours…...WinkWinkWink
LynneJoyce Plus
7 20 99 United Kingdom
3 Jan 2014 6:22AM
I like V2 but find the colours a bit too vibrant, especially the yellows which produce that dayglo green effect in the foliage that distracts from the lovely building. I copied the image and desaturated the yellows by -29 and the image became much more balanced IMHO whilst retaining the impact of the processing.
Chinga Plus
5 1 1 United Kingdom
3 Jan 2014 7:18AM
I preffer V1... Good subject and a great green background... IB
netta1234 Plus
3 291 2 Wales
3 Jan 2014 8:36AM
I like v2 but a little bit too yellow for me ,But I really like v1.

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Irishkate Plus
5 33 92 United Kingdom
3 Jan 2014 11:42AM
Love both as I originally loved this pagoda and today you've given it yet another wonderful treatment.
Your mind works magic.
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NDODS Plus
5 4.9k 125 United Kingdom
3 Jan 2014 1:54PM
Whilst I love image number it is the processing that gives image two the edge, superb WR.

Regards Nathan GrinGrinGrin

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