Color Wheel

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  1. sillyphaunt

    sillyphaunt TPF Noob!

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    I like both of these for different reasons, I'm not sure which I like best.

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    I thought about getting a side by side frame and putting them both in there, kind of like a before/after thing? Do you think that would look good or no?

    Any better cropping you could think of? Thanks!
     
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    I like the blured one, the other not so much, its slightly underexposed in the foreground and overexposed in the aft... what is it?
     
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    i wonder what it would look like if you went to ps and put one over the other with abut 50-70% transparency

    i like the blured one better, but the thing i said probibly wouldnt work
     
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    I like the abstratness of #1.
     
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    I love #1. The fact that you can't see what it is clearly just makes you pay more attention to the colours, which are lovely.
     
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    #1 is great. i love the watercolor-ish look
     
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    They are both nice but the abstract is the one I keep wanting to look at again.
    Yeh, you could do this. One way is to make duplicate layers of the original image and apply the abstract effects to the top layer and then adjust the transparency.
     

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