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Old Mar 29, 2011, 9:26 PM   #11
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You're very welcome, Ordo. Thank you, George.

Oops, maybe I should have added "SPOILER ALERT"...

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#4) Lake Maratanza at Sam's Point in Cragsmoor, NY. SPOILER ALERT!!! I will reveal how I turned the day scene into night just kidding. To turn day scene into night, all I did was select the "Dark - Night" preset then set the "Detail" slider to the max 400 in Topaz Adjust. I worked with a 4056x3092 resolution version image. If you want to try and you're working with another resolution image, you might have to set the "Detail" slider to a different value.
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Old Apr 25, 2011, 1:27 PM   #12
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these are waaaaaaay cool .... jaw dropingly good
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Old Apr 29, 2011, 9:40 AM   #13
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hi my friend you have a gift thats all I have to say
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Old May 4, 2011, 7:56 PM   #14
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These are really cool. I like the eerie feel of these images, especially #3. It's as if any moment a werewolf will come out. LOL. You did a good job putting all those things together. Thanks for sharing!
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VV I don't want to be discourageing, but it seems off somehow to be really effective to my eye. Not that it isn't good, but with the half moon it seems like the lighting on the rest is off, perhaps a full moon as it would indicate the light shining from behind the viewer as opposed to the side, as the wood seems to be highlighted from that angle. Just my opinion my friend. Over all, besides that, I think it works fairly well... Frank
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