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Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by rege02, Jan 2, 2004.

  1. rege02

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    honestly, i think it might be distorted a little too much, do you have any photos more true to the original? just curious what that would look like.
     
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    i think its very interesting ... love the high looking contrast ... very "artsy" :D
     
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    vonnagy have kiwi, will travel...

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    I like it too - very artsy as dew said. I think good to push the borders of what people think is photography and a little photoshop magic certainly helps ;)
     
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    I like it. Can you explain to us how you achieved this effect?

    Thanks

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  6. MDowdey

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    nice work dude!



    md
     
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    I too may have preferred something closer to the original. Pushing boundaries is a beautiful thing. The contrast is dramatic, but I have a problem with snow that isn't purely white.
     
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    I think it has an artsy/commercial appeal. It would be great to see the original compared to the finished product. How did you tweak it?
     

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