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  1. Dagwood56

    Dagwood56 No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    This is a finished image. I prefer to use more muted pastel colors rather than bold harsh colors, at least in most of my floeal images. This is a single shot ICM, done totally in camera. Minimal editing for crop, color etc. iso 100, f\13 at 0.6 seconds, natural light from a window on


     
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    Dagwood56 No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Did I post too large.? My images [most] for flickr are 1000 on the long side
     
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    dxqcanada Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    Nope, size is right.
     
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    ragdollpins TPF Noob!

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    If there were 'color' BTW at least you could saturate it a bit. This is actually just a color-blind test for Microsoft.
     
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    Derrel Mr. Rain Cloud

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    Looks good, size-wise. Cloning out the dust-bunnies would elevate this photo, IMO.
     
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    Dagwood56 No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Thanks Derrel. I was afraid there might be dust spots I missed. Sorry about that. I know my camera sensor needs to be cleaned, but have not been able to to get it done. I only go over images with a fine tooth comb now that I'm posting to galleries to sell. Its quite difficult for me to do as.....well, I'm a few months out from being declared legally blind. I manage but it's difficult. I keep losing the brush as I search for the spots, and thats' with using a magnifying glass and being a few inches away from the monitor. I do the best I can with stuff I post to flickr and facebook.
     
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    Dagwood56 No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Sorry you feel that way. I prefer pale faded color and do many of my images this way. It's just an artistic choice. :1251:
     
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    Derrel Mr. Rain Cloud

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    There is a sort of "reverse the image" type of one-click image filtering that makes ALL image flaws super-visible..perhaps one of TPF's knowledgeable members will provide us with details?
     
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    I'll go smaller next time. I am reacquainting myself with forum procedures and just rejoined flickr which seems a bit different now that smugmug took over. I never used flickr before for posting to forums, so I'm still learning. :fat:
     
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    Can't say I'm knowledgeable, but I stayed at Holiday Inn Express once. Are you talking about the Visualize Spots feature in the Camera Raw filter???

    With an image open in Ps, choose Filter > Camera Raw Filter. Select the Spot Removal tool from the toolbar, and then down at the bottom of the dialog box on the tool select the "Visualize Spots" checkbox. The image will be converted to B&W and inverted, with only the outlines of the image's elements visible. Use the Visualize Spots slider to vary the contrast threshold of the inverted image. By moving the slider at the bottom of the dialog box left or right you can vary the contrast levels to make the imperfections more visible. Hover the spot removal tool over the imperfection and click. When you're done uncheck the "Visualize Spots" Checkbox.
     
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    Not the same ( as I recall) but sounds good!
     
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    Lovely (aside from the dust bunnies! ;) )!
     
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