What I shot and What I saw

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  1. Dwain

    Dwain TPF Noob!

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    Sometimes I find an interesting image but I'm not real sure why. Since I've gone digital and have the ability to make an image look like what I saw in my minds eye, I'll go ahead and shoot now and answer questions later. Any one else use this method occasionally? :?:
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    All the time. In fact I am convinced the only reason I still "accidentally" take snopshots that should have been images is because my minds eye needs glasses! :oops:
     
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    wow :shock:
    great job on the ps work :shock:
     
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    AWESOME!! Your minds eye is fantastic!

    I use it continiously, but the forum used to object when I submitted it. :) :drunk:
     
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    That is awesome! The PS work here is very well done. I love that you shared both images for comparison. I know this is the critique forum, but I can't see anything that I would change.
     
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    Thanks for the kind comments. I'm new and wasn't sure if graphic post editing would be accepted. I'll have to admit, sometimes I'll use this technique to "help" a weaker image. I've never used PS, just CoreDRAW, too lazy to change horses.
     
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    you got a bigger version of that? it looks very good but my eyes are pretty bad! :)
     
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    Absoluitely stunning. Great job.
     
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    i concur! VERY impressive! me likey! :D
     
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    great ps work dude!
     

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