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Discussion in 'Retouching and Post Processing' started by RayGuselli, Jan 6, 2006.
Just re-worked one from a while ago.
Hope you like
You are a true artist. Beautiful; thanks for sharing.
This is very nice. Can you make it fit the style of your 'high contrast saturated' landscapes. I like it a lot just like it is, but you seem to be establishing a style that's pretty neat, particularly as a body of work.
Gorgeous presentation Ray, I like this a lot!
Really nice Ray...:smile: I LIKE IT !!
Hi Silver Eagle
Very many thanks
I had a quick go as you suggest - do you think it works please or might it be a bit bold?
Personally I like the idea - it does seem to bring the lily out even more - so many thanks.
Ray, nice work. Of the two, I slightly prefer the first. Keep 'em coming!
Beautiful work, Ray. I love the first one.
Just to say thanks
Many thanks to all for looking - comments appreciated.
Nice work as usual. Kinda like inbetween the two ...lololol
Beautiful shot of that lily.....
Of the two, I prefer the first, at least on my screen. The second almost loses the frame because it is so dark. Is there a reason why the right side of the frame is so much wider than the left? I'd also like to see a shadow from the lily on the frame. Don't mean to be a grinch - it's early in the morning and I haven't finished my first cup of coffee yet! :wink: Don't you LOVE those lilies!?
Yes, I am back to number 1. I thing for this type of shot the lily needs some delicacy - the second take may be a bit too dramatic.
Left the space on the right because the flower was pointing that way and thought it sorta needed something to be looking in to - may reduce that though Diane if you reckon it is too bit.
Shadows - yes, but on the dark background they seemed to be a little lost - may give that another try though.
Unfortunately, the way I did this shot means that it is not easy to put a shadow back in - but will have another go.
Many thanks though for the help and ideas and which I always appreciate.
I think it is an "Out of Box" rather than a frame :>))))