Frozen in Time

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by SeaBreeze, Jan 26, 2005.

  1. SeaBreeze

    SeaBreeze TPF Noob!

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    I thought this would make for an interesting photo. It sits on a display on my desk and it's one of my hobbies.

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    wow, its amazing, what is it
     
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    Nice work :) . Just a suggestion, but you might want to soften the lighting at the top (the hotspots) and add a touch more contrast.
     
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    It's called a Lycoptera. It's from the late Jurassic period and was found in Yixian Liaoning Province, China.
     
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    It would be interesting to see that photo in b&w...
     
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    Add contrast, no problem. As for removing hot spots from photos, well that's new to me. What would you suggest? How would you do that using Photoshop CS for example?
     
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    Here's another one I did, this one I improved the contrast on though. Sorry for the hot spots.

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