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  1. spako

    spako TPF Noob!

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    I saw this tree on my trip to NZ... I post processed the shot in PS.

    Hope you like it.. any comment or tipp on how to improve it would be appreciated :)
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    Nice work! Looks like it is on canvas... :)
     
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    I like the tones a LOT! Can you tell us how u achieved the effect in PS? Is it a blend of 2 pictures? If so, what kinda blending technique are you using?

    thanks you.
     
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    looks great. doesnt need improving
     
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    It needs a sequel: letting go. :D
     
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    Thank you for the comments!

    @seemoo: I used the original shot of the tree, duplicated it with layers and turned the sky sepia. Then I used two texture shots (one of little stones and one of wood) that integrated into the shots by using layers. I guess you have to expermient a bit to find the right blending mode for each individual shot, but I use mostly "Darken" an set the opacity pretty low (mostly below 10). With layer masks i take the effect back on some places where it is "too much".

    I hope this could help you :)

    @Phototron: I guess I'll have to get back there someday to get the sequel ;-)
     

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