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  1. dezmaas

    dezmaas TPF Noob!

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    All comments welcome:

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    like it! That white building and it's reflection really holds my interest.... can't help but think the hils on the horizon are a little too cyan somehow?
     
  3. dezmaas

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    Nothing a little PS couldn't cure!
     
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    I like the composition. I like the placement of the little white building, it shows deliberate composition. I like the lead-in lines imminating from the lower corners which help create the ilusion of 3-D.

    I don't recall either of my dcams being capable of such contrast as in your photo. I'm wondering if you could share your post-processing techniques.

    ThanX
     
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    I agree, the 3d effect is execellent and make it really appear that you are attacking the white building. What is the white building??

    The coloring and reflections are wonderful but I must also agree that the coloring on the top 1/3 or so of the photo is really wacked out.
     
  6. dezmaas

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    I did a little enhancing in PSP to make the grass and trees more colourful, that's about it.
     
  7. dezmaas

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    The white building is a rowing club, you can see the worn out areas on the riverbank where they access the river.

    Yeah, I shall change the colour on the top 3rd, I think I went a bit nuts messing with PSP!
     
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    Excellent composition!
     

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