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Posted By: Techiechick, 05-29-2008, 04:52 AM

This was taken at Dudley Farm State Park. A real 1830's farm in Gainesville, FL.

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05-30-2008, 10:44 AM   #16
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I agree with the others Diane. This is really the best of the two. Although I think the other worked so well because the photo your started with was a tad flawed, so it was a great save.

But this one does have that "book illustration" look that Gary mentioned. And I like that look a lot. What does the effect look like on a close up portrait shot. Does it work on faces?

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Very Nice PP. I enjoy viewing your work. Keep it up.
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Nice work, the changed colours are just great, I love the reddish browns!
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QuoteOriginally posted by Igilligan Quote
I agree with the others Diane. This is really the best of the two. Although I think the other worked so well because the photo your started with was a tad flawed, so it was a great save.

But this one does have that "book illustration" look that Gary mentioned. And I like that look a lot. What does the effect look like on a close up portrait shot. Does it work on faces?
Thank you for your comment Gus. Here is a picture I did of my Grand Daughter with this effect. I created a duplicate layer, applied the filter with the edit to my taste and then did a layer mask and painted her face back in so the effect was not applied to her face.


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In deed art. Great experimentation
Thank you very much for your comment and support

QuoteOriginally posted by jani Quote
great color combination, i love that sort of look
Thank you for looking and commenting.

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Hi Diane, this is your best effort yet IMHO. Really nice PP, reminds me of colored pencil artwork. Great composition and framing too. I'll have to look into these add-ons.

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I hope you do, it is a great filter with lots of versatility. thanks for looking and commenting.

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Very Nice PP. I enjoy viewing your work. Keep it up.
Thank you Nels. I appreciate your support.

QuoteOriginally posted by gawan Quote
Nice work, the changed colours are just great, I love the reddish browns!
Thank you very much Georg, I appreciate your comments and support.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Techiechick Quote
Thank you for your comment Gus. Here is a picture I did of my Grand Daughter with this effect. I created a duplicate layer, applied the filter with the edit to my taste and then did a layer mask and painted her face back in so the effect was not applied to her face.
wow you must be the coolest grandma ever
i wish mine was a photographer too lol
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wow you must be the coolest grandma ever
i wish mine was a photographer too lol
Thank you Jani...Katarina is very photogenic and she gets lot of pictures taken between me, her mother and her great aunts. We all do photography. Thank you for looking and your kind comment.

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That's really an impressive image. Would make a really nice poster.
Even though the plugin can be downloaded and used by us all, it takes more than just luck to use it correctly. Well done.
I think this clearly shows what good PP can do.

Thanks for sharing.
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That's really an impressive image. Would make a really nice poster.
Even though the plugin can be downloaded and used by us all, it takes more than just luck to use it correctly. Well done.
I think this clearly shows what good PP can do.

Thanks for sharing.
Thank you very much Paul for you comment and support.
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