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Old Jan 24, 2010, 3:05 PM   #1
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Foolin' around, really...

....is what I did. Art it is not, but kind'a cute it turned out anyway. And if you switch on the "Dark Theme" (bottom-left, way down) in the "Quick Style Chooser" - it looks even better - try!


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Nice. I agree, Walter, the dark theme makes it show better.
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Thank's for giving it a try, Walter!
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A really cool one when looking at it with the Dark Theme switched on
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Thanx's, maggo85!
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A really cool one when looking at it with the Dark Theme switched on
maggo -- Im always in the dark.
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I like it. The clean crisp lines are well done.
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Oh, well - Thank you all for your kind comments! Appreciate your stopping by.

BTW - This was just an experiment in Ps Elements really, and the program did most of the work. I also made a B&W-copy of this picture, which one may see in: Tugboats "Herbert" and "Hertug" in B & W

Also, the middle-exposure (0EV) of the B&W-bracket looks like this:


Thanks again for looking!
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Oi, Walter, this is an amazing photo... I REALLY, REALLY like this kind of stuff, my whole family and I were looking at this... absolutely amazing. How did you get this effect, something in the camera or with software.

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Glad you liked it, Ned.

Not much sweat over this one her.

It's almost som sort of side-effect of my HDR-software - DPHDR - where there are a collection of 'Filters' available to change a normal color-HDR into different expressions, like B&W, Sepia, Vignetting, Ortho, Manga, etc. and this one her, called 'Watercolor-filter'.

I don't normally do such big transformations as I'm a beliver in 'natural-looks' as far as possible - but I first did a conversion to B&W (see the link in previous post above) and I thought I might just as well do a watercolor-one as well. Not a very seriouse attemt though...


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