Chasin' Bubbles

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  1. Artoo

    Artoo TPF Noob!

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    I was suppose not to drag old stuff out, but I'm trying to amuse myself while waiting for my new camera to be delivered ;)

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    In case anyone asks... no, the bubble isn't pasted on :wink:
     
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    I really like this... Nicely captured..
     
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    Only thing you did was leave the bubble in colour, and this is so subtly done that I quite like the technique here.
    Those two kids cannot have made this huge bubble ... who was it?
     
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    Great capture. Boarder's a bit too heavy for my liking tho :)
     
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    Great pic, you must have spent quite a bit of time in post processing!

    The colour in the reflection is great!!
     
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    Thanks all!

    The post processing was less tedious than it looks. A lucky coincidence of tones and colours made it easier.

    @LaFoto: The bubble was made by two guys who did that using a long piece of thick string tied to the ends of two sticks. A friend of mine wanted to get the recipe for the chemical they used but it turned out to be a closely guarded secret ;)
     
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    Wow, I love this! I usually don't like selective coloring but the way you used it made it look amazing! I think the background for it is good too.
     
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    Nice shot! selective colouring works very well here..
     

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