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  1. Skyeg

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    my father is a potter and needs some photos to set up with his work at shows so i took a few the other day. what do you think?

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    I like the sense of motion with the bowl and the placement of his hands. I would have just allowed for a little bit of room to the right as well as above.

    Black and white works perfectly with this picture!
     
  3. JonK

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    Excellent! The BW is great here. Nice compo. :D :thumbup:
     
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    Love the motion and b/w, great shot im sure your dad'll be proud!:thumbup:

    -Joe
     
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    what he ^ said
     
  6. Skyeg

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    he was thinking he might want them in sepia instead of b/w iv never done sepia in photoshop, can anyone tell me how? and do you think this one would look ok in sepia?
     
  7. JonK

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    I think it would look great in sepia.
    Try this:
    New layer>>>fill with any dark colour>>>>layer blend mode: colour>>>>use opacity slider to adjust to your liking

    EDIT: You'll have to change the image mode to RGB for this to work. Go to: image>>>mode>>>RGB
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    If all the photos you have taken of your dad at work are like this, he will soon have a nice collection on the walls of his workshop (or travelling with him to shows). Very nice.

    (I think I must begin to learn how to work with layers in PS......... still don't understand that :roll: :meh: :scratch: )
     
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    nice work! love the motion.. and i think sepia could work wonders too .. try jonK's method.. i've used it and it works great :D
    good luck :thumbsup: and you did a great job :)
     
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    this is a beautiful shot. you should post the sepia version when you get to it... :thumbup:
     
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    is he a harry potter?

    sorry i had to, nice pic !
     

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