unexpected thing on the shore!

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  1. blacktypes

    blacktypes TPF Noob!

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    I really like this shot. Were it film, it would look beautiful on an 11x14 sheet of Ilford cooltone paper.
     
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    I like this shot a lot, especialy the mood it shoes, I think it would be more powerful if you only had the boat and donwards thought, that is if ytou where to ever frame the picture.
     
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    something like that?
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    I like the "framed" shot of this very much. Nice work. how did you build that frame? What I mean is, if done in PS, how did you do that?
     
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    yes it's photoshopped
    go herehttp://www.canonians.com/actions.htm
    and take the plugins you need :)
    hope it'll help you!
     
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    I like it to. And the frame really adds to it.

    Is it just me, or does the boat in the framed picture look lighter? I know it is probably just a result of the black frame. It's odd how that happens.
     
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    you're right, when i put the frames i play with contrast and brightness a bit :oops:
     

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