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  1. woodsac

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    I wasn't going for IR...but it's got that digital IR feel to it. I was just playing with some different processes and I liked the way it came out?

    Wish the sky was a little darker or had some clouds...or something :)



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    I like it, very striking.
     
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    that looks awesome, wood!
    I think clouds would've been an unnecessaary detail, here. the comp is very well balanced as it is and the reflection completes it perfectly.
    Great job! :thumbup:
     
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    Traci when you wish upon a star...

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    That's a very cool shot! Where was it taken?
     
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    Thanks all!

    Traci, this was at the golf course in Cal City. Go figure...town of about only 15,000...with an 18 hole course complete with bridge and waterfall.

    Oh...Cal City is just north of Lancaster and Mojave off of the 14.
     
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    Traci when you wish upon a star...

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    Thanks Woodsac! I used to ride dirt bikes there when I was younger, there was nothing there then. I haven't been that way in a while, so I'm sure I wouldn't recoginze it.
    How did you do that processing in PS?
     
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    You definitely wouldn't recognize it now!

    I'm using plugin filters. Converting to b/w with a colorizing effect. Then fading the filter with PS >edit >fade filter.
     
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    Traci when you wish upon a star...

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    Thanks...you are truely talented and imaginative!:hail:
     
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