More PhotoShop work

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  1. TheCanonMan

    TheCanonMan TPF Noob!

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    What we have here today is some more of my Photoshop work. Enjoy



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  2. Randog

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    Cool stuff Ryan, I really like the one with the open door looking into the car interior. The first one is also very cool. The last one is a little on the soft side for me but what a cool tree.
     
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    I love the second and third one. The first one doesn't appeal to me that much because I think unaltered difference clouds are just too common. Nice work, though!
     
  4. TheCanonMan

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    the funny thing is yes it's a common look but people ask me all the time if that was photoshop work lol a lot of people just cant tell
     
  5. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    I like the solarised photo of the car interior, and in that one the cap on the floor is THE little extra that makes this photo especially attractive to me. Can't even say or explain why.
    And I try solarisation on some of my photos, too, and with some it works, with others it doesn't... but never are the effects that I get as subtle as these here. Very nice!
     

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