More fun with flowers! :p

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  1. Digital Matt

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    I'm really enjoying photographing still life, and for lack of a better subject, I end up with flowers. In an attempt to keep things interesting, I turned this one 90 degrees and mirrored it in photoshop.

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    Let me know what you think.
     
  2. JTHphoto

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    i think this is awesome, it has a kaleidoscope feel to it... love the way you faded the title too. would love to see more done like this...:thumbup:
     
  3. Digital Matt

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    Thanks JTH :) I might do another. I have about 60 shots from that session from various angles, and a few different flowers.
     
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    Very cool Matt :) Your PS skills seem endless...love the background colors with this flower...can't wait to see more creations from you.
     
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    Amazing shot! Curious to what the background is though. It's a good concept. Good job once again!
     
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    amazing
     
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    Very nice composition Matt. Have you thought aboutcurbing the joining parts of the stems? It might make the tranition more fluid IMHO.
     
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    Very...striking. :)

    PS CS2? or another?
     
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    Whew ! Fantastic image ! Nice work DM.
     
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    Very nice I love it!
     
  11. Digital Matt

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    Thanks everyone. EVpohovich, I'm not sure what you mean about curbing. I thought the stems looked neat joined like they are though.

    I use PS 7.0 btw.

    Thanks again everyone.
     
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    vonnagy have kiwi, will travel...

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    viva la old school photoshop users :D. hahaha, i am still on pshop 5.5, i just prefer it for some reason, feels like an old friend.

    Btw, choice shot, I love the creativity on this and its a very crisp composition!
     

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