Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by stevewalton, Nov 4, 2006.
An image of a tree against the twilight with the moon.
Cool,How did you achive the effects.
Oh, there is QUITE a bit of Photoshop work involved in the making of this one!
I would assume the moon has never been there originally - and the tree was deliberately oversharpened ... now how did my sister and I achieve similar effect that long time ago when we played with the post processing software I used at the time :scratch: ... Dang! I no longer remember.
My guess would be over saturation, and over sharpening the tree. I like it!
Hi guys, the image was taken with a Nikon D70 at 22mm f/l, shutter 1/100 sec, f/5. I originally photographed the tree silhouetted against the twilight, although it wasn't as dark as the picture suggests, i do tend to oversharpen and oversaturate my images.
I thought it would look good with the moon in the background, and as i already had some shots of the moon with my sigma lens at 300 mm i used Photoshop to put the moon in the top right hand corner.
This is a cool shot.
It reminds me of a Day of The New album cover...pretty interesting...nice Photoshop work. Everything flows well together.
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