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    Converting a single channel to an image

    @Helen: D'oh! That was exactly what I was looking for. Thanks a lot! Wow, and I thought I knew PS...
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    Converting a single channel to an image

    Hi there, sometimes, when I want to convert an image to black and white, I'd like to use the tone information of a single channel (i.e. what you see when only one channel is visible instead of all three in RGB) as the final picture or the starting point. Here's how I usually do it: - Make a...
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    Field of dreams

    I agree with The Traveler, but I still love the shot because of the unreal mood it portrays. May I ask what IR filter you use?
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    gas mask red background

    Wow, this is great! Is it a HDR? And how did you PP? EDIT: although I'm not too fond of the halo around the shadow...
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    Down In Da Cwautas (sic) For CC Please

    Very nice picture, I love the colors. How did you postprocess it?
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    The series. My trip

    Really? Wow, I wish I got such saturated colors in my shots prior to PP... Have you bumped up the saturation setting on your camera?
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    The series. My trip

    I love 6! But then again, I just love industrial shots... 3 is also very beautiful, if a bit oversaturated for my taste.
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    A different take on rust

    @Myspacepix!: No problem, that's what C&C is for. As a matter of fact, it's the first time I tried this kind of border, and I'm not sure yet what to think of it...
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    A different take on rust

    Oh. Apparently, I missed that one :D Oh well, it still felt nice to discover this particular pattern. I'm not too sure about the PP, though... What do you think?
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    A different take on rust

    Who said rust is boring? As usual, C&C is very appreciated...
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    Red Flower (caution: clichéd)

    Oh, so THAT's a tulip! See, I know next to nothing about flowers :) Thanks for taking the time to comment on the picture. I knew you would like the green in the background ;)
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    Red Flower (caution: clichéd)

    Thanks for all your answers. @One Sister: regular frames are easy in Photoshop. You just have to expand the canvas size. In the dialog, you can choose the color. In my case, I actually had to mask the background on the right and at the bottom. For shapes such as this one, you can use the pen...
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    Red Flower (caution: clichéd)

    I know it's not exactly a new subject, but I was feeling like photographing these flowers while taking a walk. What do you think?
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    Daydreamin'...

    Thanks, everybody! And yes, she (my dog) is awesome. :D Anything I could have done better?
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    Daydreamin'...

    I wonder what she's dreaming about...
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    A bit of abstraction

    Wow, thanks a lot!
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    A bit of abstraction

    Thank you both. Yeah, the second I hit "send", I realized I shouldn't have mentioned the ladder ;) Anybody else?
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    A bit of abstraction

    Hey there, I was bored today, so I walked around the house with my camera. Of all the pictures I took, this is the one I like the most. I like its abstractness, but at the same time I think the ladder gives too much away. What do you think?
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    Traces of Winter

    Thanks for your answer! Are you talking about the preview pictures visible in my post or the hi-res versions? Because the preview sizes are automatically generated by flickr.
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    Traces of Winter

    Hi guys, after years of Point'n'Shoot, here are my first pictures taken with my brandnew, shiny Canon EOS 400D. :D Critique encouraged! happy new year, Alex #1: http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2107/2154893976_953bafd75d_o.jpg #2...
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