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Old Dec 22, 2008, 3:56 AM   #1
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Well done Torgny. They would look great as a large abstract painting. The images certainly create a sense of movement. Have you tried playing around with the colour in a photo editing prog.?
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Well done Torgny. They would look great as a large abstract painting. The images certainly create a sense of movement. Have you tried playing around with the colour in a photo editing prog.?
Thanks. The PP includes auto contrast and sharpening. These are heavy crops. Thereby the "abstract" impression, I think.

No, really. I'm trying to be as true to reality as possible. Have the CS4. Of course there are "artistic" tweaking possibilities but personally I try to stay away. But I have nothing principally against artistic editing

Please send a link if you would like to show some well edited photos, Thanks for viewing

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I like yourtextures and colors. They certainly do look like abstract paintings
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Old Jan 10, 2009, 7:05 PM   #9
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Many :-) thanks , Caryl. There sure is something special about nature's abstracts

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