Roses Part II

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  1. MommyOf4Boys

    MommyOf4Boys TPF Noob!

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    Some more fun with roses:

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  2. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Oh, that top one is really nice! I like that very, very much.
     
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    Beautiful Mommy!!! I love that first one, it has an antique look to it that really does something for me! They are lovely!!! : )
     
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    Wow that first one is just really cool.
    How did you get it like that? Care to share. =)

    I keep looking at it....that is sooo neat. LUV IT!
     
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    I think they are both amazing, but the first one has such a neat look to it.. THe B&W just doesnt do this rose justice !! :)
     
  6. MommyOf4Boys

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    In this photo, I cropped in close on the rose and then I desaturated a bit and then bumped the contrast up in curves. I burned the dark shadowed area at the bottom to make it totally dark.
     
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    Thanks for the info Sara.
    That was such a great technique to apply.
    I love it.

    Thanks for sharing how ya did it. =)
     

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