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Le Mont St Michel

Discussion in 'Retouching and Post Processing' started by Phil K, Dec 11, 2005.

  1. Not a very good one, just want to join in the fun playing with 'flood'. Thanks all for leading me to this filter.

    NIKON D2X    ---    38mm    f/4.2    1/125s    ISO 400
  2. Gale


    Jan 26, 2005
    Viera Fl
    Nice one. Worked very well.
    Welcome to the fun things. :>))
  3. I echo what Gale says, Lord Vader! :wink:
  4. Thanks, gale and Kevin.

    Kevin, I may have Vader's saber, but I will never join the dark side :biggrin:
  5. neat job on this one Phil.
    your new avatar is a hoot!
  6. RayGuselli


    Oct 18, 2005
    Hi Phil

    The flood has come out well in this.

    Great shot.

    I imaging the original is also really good as well.

    Best wishes

  7. Gorgeous shot and great flood Phil!
    That place looks so majestic, it must be great to spend some time shooting there.
  8. great work Phil...:biggrin: love that flood filter !!
  9. Phil, you're right on target, both with your flood filter example and your new avatar!:smile:

    aka beaucamera
  10. Phil...Where can I find this flood filter you used? I had one but lost it in between computers.

    Many thanks,
  11. Thanks again for your comments.

    Dave and Virginia, glad you like the avatar. The lightsaber is cool, even has authentic power-on, power-off and movement sounds.

    Mike, thanks for looking and the inspiration. Your flood applications are really wonderful.

    Melissa, the flood filter is here.

    Ray, and Frits, Le Mont St Michel is indeed a spectacular place. The Abbey is magnificant, and the view from the top is beautiful. The rock is surrounded by vast sandbanks at low tide and you can walk for miles. When the tide comes in, it becomes an island and you could only swim to it before the road was built. The flood filter recreate what it looks like at high tide without the access road.

    It's worth the few hours drive from Paris.
  12. marc

    marc Guest

    melissa, the flood filter is free software
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