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Old Jun 27, 2007, 5:19 PM   #11
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So niceto see your beautiful landscapes again, Mandy! As one can read in the comments above, you've done avery good job including the horses
bahadir, thank you for your kind words. They are always appreciated.


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Yes a really nice image, I like the composition too.
Thanks Alex for your comments....and for stopping by.
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Old Jun 27, 2007, 8:56 PM   #13
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Really nice capture. The only thing I see "off" is I can see sharpening halos all over the image giving it a rough, almost pixelated look. That is a very pretty scene in the San Juan National Forest, and probably requires less sharpening for a mroe pastoral effect.

Do you have the unprocessed file?


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Old Jun 28, 2007, 1:22 AM   #14
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Very nice landscape shot and the horses give it a nice look, heck give it a nice B/W and you got yourself the wild west
I actually did do a black and white and didn't have time to post it. Here it is.
Also looks good in B/W nice job
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Old Jun 28, 2007, 6:57 AM   #15
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Really nice capture. The only thing I see "off" is I can see sharpening halos all over the image giving it a rough, almost pixelated look. That is a very pretty scene in the San Juan National Forest, and probably requires less sharpening for a mroe pastoral effect.

Do you have the unprocessed file?

I do, what do you have in mind? I don't remember sharpening this image that much. I do remember the sun coming thru the clouds was kind of illimunitating things. I am at work doing this, so tonite will check the original to see if I can do anything "better" to eliminate the halo effect you mention........Thanks for your input. That is how we all learn on this forum.
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I didn't want to change it at all, I just wanted to see if the original had the same artifacts, or if it was a problem with the image hosting software.
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I didn't want to change it at all, I just wanted to see if the original had the same artifacts, or if it was a problem with the image hosting software.
I rewrote my original reply to you........I see what you are saying and think I will move it over to Paint Shop Pro XI and see how it works over there. Will keep you posted on it.
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Nice scene, well captured..........................musket
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Nice scene, well captured..........................musket
Musket thank you so much......
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Old Jun 28, 2007, 6:36 PM   #20
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I am done playing with this one but this looked fun to post.

I applied the Daguerreotype filter effect in Paintshop Pro. This process was used between 1839-1855. It was the 1st popular form of photography. Capturingthe photo on a thin piece of silver-plated copper. No negatives were produced so copies weren't possible, making the each image unique.

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