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Processed Picture

Discussion in 'Retouching and Post Processing' started by Catz, Nov 15, 2005.

  1. I did this picture over on dpreview some months back. I thought it look pretty neat. I used Nik but I don't remember which effect I used on this. It is one of my most proud retouching work I have done thus far. I didn't take the picture. I just processed it for a fellow member over on dpr retouching.

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  2. indeed interesting Melissa. Numerous elements guide the imagination. Pleasing composition. you are correct to be proud of this.
  3. Dave,

    Sorry I should have made a note on this. I didn't take the picture. I processed it to look the way it does for a fellow member at dpr. I will add that into the thread.
  4. Don't give up on my pictures yet. I am going to San Francisco next month for the holidays and I will bring back a lot of pictures and hopefully I will have some real winners.
  5. I can assure you I have not given up. I expect to see great things through your eyes. I just misunderstood the above.
  6. RayGuselli


    Oct 18, 2005
    Nikon Filter

    Hi Melissa

    Havent searched on dpreview but I remeber you doing.

    I think it was a Nikon filter???

    Best wishes

  7. very nice Melissa :smile:
  8. Hi Ray,

    Now I remember. I used the Nik Filter Solarization from the Nik Multimedia set of filters. I think this is a cool filter.
  9. Thank you Mike. Appreciated.
  10. Thorgal


    May 2, 2005
    Very lovely..a wonderful scenic image..love the composition and light.:Wink:
  11. Hello Melissa

    Now I've gotta tell ya, this isn't my kind of editing, I tend to try to keep it the way I saw it when I shot it and hope for the best. While I might come off like a snob (I hope I don't) I try to keep an open mind. That being said, I really like this, I might call it artsy fartsy but I like it. The sky in the reflection being brighter than the sky gives it a surreal feeling. I hope that makes sense, it's the best I can come up with for now.
  12. Thank you RB. Really appreciated. See I might change your way of thinking about artsy work afterall:biggrin:
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