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Discussion in 'Landscape & Cityscape' started by 'Daniel', Oct 20, 2005.

  1. 'Daniel'

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    Thanks for looking. Comments welcome.
     
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    wow, nice pictures. I like the first and second one the best, though. I don't know why, but i just think that they stand out.
     
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    nice ones. i like the third much more than the others though. did you do much post work to get the greens in the grass the way you wanted them? i tend to do something similar, but sometimes it takes a while...wondering if you have a faster method :D
     
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    wow nice series, thanks for sharing
     
  5. 'Daniel'

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    Thanks alot everyone. Thought these had gone unnoticed.

    No I just use curves and make an S shape. Like this:

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    This usually picks up the colours in a picture making them more vibrant and having a more varied picture.
     
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    Very nice shots I like them! The second and third are my fave's.
     

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