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Old Jul 7, 2007, 10:49 AM   #1
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Not done a whole lot in monochrome, and then after reading calr's little post on observations and new things, thought I would give it a shot, trying new things that is. Not really using the RBG channels (since I have PSE4 and not PS) I attacked that first. I took a picture I had from London back in 1994 and broke it up into the RGB channels. What difference rather than just removing the color! It might not qualify as I PS'd it a little. I liked the bus from the red channel, but the background from the blue channel. So I mixed those two together to come with this.

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Old Jul 7, 2007, 10:52 AM   #2
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So then I saw calr's sepia and thought, "Wonder if I can do that"?
Not having a sepia filter, I had to "wing it" and using another photo from London in 1994, I came up with this of the Tower Bridge.

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Old Jul 7, 2007, 11:07 AM   #3
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The first shot looks like it has been post processed multiple times over the years! It is very splotchy and fuzzy. As for pasting the bus from the green channel onto the red channel, that is accomplishing the same thing as using the channel mixer. Not a problem.

I like the second shot but either it is tilted or my monitor just got way out of alignment!

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