Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by Nikon Fan, May 30, 2005.
What did you do to the colours in the first two? Is that a sunset reflecting? :shock: :hail: :thumbsup:
:shock::shock: I agree! The colors in #1 and the texture in #2 are KILLER! Your exposure is absolutely perfect.
Thanks guys Actually I could only dream of sunsets that nice...I will admit that it is PS, I added a warming filter, then duplicated and overlayed it as a color burn. But no one knows that right? Here's another I just finished...
WOW! :shock: Awsome series! The color and texture of the water in these shots is amazing. I can't pick a favorite. Simply beautiful.
Im not crazy about the new one, a little too red and high contrast for me.
Good choice on the effects. Nice pictures too.
Thanks pursuer and Cruzin I pretty much intended on pushing the button with the last. I kind of fancy it, but figured most people would say overdone
Hey that is Quackers !!!! What a brilliant set of photos !!! Well done!!
Thanks Wirral bagpuss
I guess the effect lasted for a few minutes...it was a convincing PS sunset reflection for a while Why is it I always let the cat out of the bag...better yet how the heck did the cat get in there in the first place
Nice bunch. I like the filters you applied also. Well done.
I love the water in the 2nd one! So effective I feel like I can dip my finger into the water on my screen!
I like the overly red feel of the last one and the angle it's at
Amanda, nice set of images. For duck pics they are very interesting.
second one is my favorite!!!
great shots!!!!!!! :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:
Thanks guys!!! I appreciate all the kind words!
WOW :hail:: love the second one!!!!
WOW...awesome work. I really like the first two.
seems i missed this one. you are the queen of PS; that b&w is also great! i keep hearing about all these techniques in PS and i can't wait to try them out. as Cruzin said, they were well applied in this series. :thumbup: good job Amanda
Thanks Mentos, Chiller, and Jon
The technique I used was quite simple. I added a warming layer, then duplicated it, and applied it as a color burn, and the adjusted the opacity until I got the right amount of color. I tried this with multiple shots and it seems to work really well with shots including water giving the sunset feel
You should not have said it was done in PS. I would have believed you that it was the sun - really! - that made the water this golden! Lovely! Love the first two!
"Duck swimming into the golden sunset", now we need some MUSIC here for this scene (always the last in a movie! ... yes, THAT kind of music).
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