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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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Great job. I see a little niche area for you. Print and sell these babies!!! Nice job.
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Nice Dianne. The pp is very impressive.
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Very cool PP. The added texture is eye catching.. I'd like to see the shot pre-PP too!

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interesting shot,.. i like this one... nice composition and the effect you have applyed to the image.. it certainly gives it more depth and feeling. the green paint against the hardwood gives off a pleasing contrast that compliment eachother nicely,
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Diane I love your vision on this one. Excellent pp! I'd love to hear more details.
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Great job. I see a little niche area for you. Print and sell these babies!!! Nice job.
Thank you very much for your comment. I like the effect this filter applies. It doesn't work for all images, but most. It prints out as well as it displays on the monitor. I am in the process of compiling a collection to display.

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Nice Dianne. The pp is very impressive.
Thank you for looking and your kind comment.

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Very cool PP. The added texture is eye catching.. I'd like to see the shot pre-PP too!
Thank you Truax for your kind comment. As you requested, the image below is the original before processing.


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interesting shot,.. i like this one... nice composition and the effect you have applyed to the image.. it certainly gives it more depth and feeling. the green paint against the hardwood gives off a pleasing contrast that compliment eachother nicely,
Thank you very much.

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Diane I love your vision on this one. Excellent pp! I'd love to hear more details.
Thank you LaRee. This is a photoshop plugin from Redfield called Fractalius. You can google it and download a 30 day trial. Make sure you play with the sliders, as the defaults are quite drastic. I like a more subtle look, so I pushed the scale slider down to the left on the ones I work on. It's a fun filter, try it out.


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Thank you for the info Diane. But I don't use photoshop so I guess I'm out of luck on playing with this one. I sure love the results you've got though.
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Diane, I like this one so much better than the one in your previous post. I can imagine it as an illustration in a novel from that era.
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Well done Diane - I am green with envy
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Really well done with the PPing. I like it...
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Thank you for the info Diane. But I don't use photoshop so I guess I'm out of luck on playing with this one. I sure love the results you've got though.
I'm sorry I was not clear when I replied to your question. This filter will work with many photo editing programs. All you do is copy the file into your plugin folder of the software you are using. Here is a list of some of the other programs it will work with.

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Diane, I like this one so much better than the one in your previous post. I can imagine it as an illustration in a novel from that era.
Gary
Thank you very much Brit...I'm glad you like it. Thank you for your comment and support.

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Well done Diane - I am green with envy
Thank you very much Dave. You don't have to be green, you can download it from the net. LOL

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Really well done with the PPing. I like it...
Thank your for looking and commenting.
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In deed art. Great experimentation
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great color combination, i love that sort of look
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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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