Flower - And a bad scanner :(

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  1. Ghoste

    Ghoste TPF Noob!

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    Just pretend my scanner doesn't look like crap! :(

    The DOF looks even harsher with the scanner.

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    ahhh, that's what you were talking about... ;)

    Very nice, I love the pic/DoF. :D
     
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    Thanks Chris :D
     
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    Bump?
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    I might find your chosen DOF a bit shallow... The flower is beautiful, there's no denying. But I think I would have liked to see some more in focus, like the one right next to the sharp one, too.
     
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    I know me too :( I bet if I added a green filter you would like it :D
     
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    How did you add your signature to your photo?
     
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    BTW, I love the pic....
     
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    i would be very interested to see what a green filter does, what does a green filter do to such neutral tones? just make them green? or is that to simple to sound intelligent!
     
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    Haha.. a green filter would affect the flower. I add filters on CS2. The more density on the filter the moor it adds.
     
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    Oh and here is how to do the signature... basically read the thread.. I ask the same question and then the answer is posted in another link provided to me by Hobbes. So first use a sharpie and write on a white piece of paper, scan it in and then after I scan it in, in the thread Hobbes tells how to cut it out. If you have more questions feel free to ask :)

    http://www.thephotoforum.com/forum/showthread.php?t=27736
     

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