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Old Dec 10, 2009, 6:16 PM   #21
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Disneyland!
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Old Dec 11, 2009, 12:08 PM   #22
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I gotta ask. What the hell are you saying Ordo? Disneyland! Absurd. What about Disneyland and what's absurd.
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Old Dec 11, 2009, 1:21 PM   #23
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Bynx: Your version looks like a Disney movie. Very fictional.
Absurdity is in the imposibility of the situation.
But today I like it. It's Disney, it's absurd, but has a lot of enjoyable readings.
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Old Dec 11, 2009, 2:24 PM   #24
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Ok I understand now. Just an interpretation problem. Walter simply supplied two good images which fit together like a glove. I think its interesting to be able to see a before and after look to a scene. Winter and Summer is another kind of pic Ive done in the past.
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A few more shots from the Old Town:


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# 11: BTW. What looks like dust or just plain dirt on the Range Rover parked in the street is neither, it's ice or frost as it was a humid and cold night.



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Hi Walter. Couldnt help doing this since you supplied such great shots to work with. If you mind me doing this just say so and I will stop.
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Again a great set of night shots - I especially love the details of the street in all three of them! I think #2 is my favourite, the castle/church (?) in the back is great

@Bynx: Gorgeous work - almost looks better then the two stand-alone shots
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...I think #2 is my favourite, the castle/church (?) in the back is great....
Thank you maggo85 - There are 2 towers / spires visible. The first one is an octagonal tower which is incorporated in the western front and the main-entrance of that big castle-like looking house we see her in #2, which shows the side-entrance only. The front entrance has a bigger setting with this tower beeing on of the artifacts of the main-entrance.

The second spire is that of a church, some blocks beyond this front-entrance tower. They both look very nice, lit up like they are during the dark hours.

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... just say so and I will stop.
I wouldn't dream of it, Bynx!

Your entusiasm with melting together these shots in such an expert-manner pleases me immensely. IMO it is both entertaining and educational, because it shows what a good user of Photoshop is capable of, and it will push others like me to try and do the same, thereby learning to get aquainted with a very powerful tool!

You are the master of Photoshop, Bynx - and dont let anybody tell you off doing what you are doing so masterly!

Great melt-together this one also. Its almost exactly what this street looks like.


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Your entusiasm with melting together these shots in such an expert-manner pleases me immensely. IMO it is both entertaining and educational, because it shows what a good user of Photoshop is capable of, and it will push others like me to try and do the same, thereby learning to get aquainted with a very powerful tool!
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This is exactly the reason I do this. Not to show off, but to show what can be done and hopefully the owner of the photo might want to give it a try. Besides that I love working in Photoshop and I like working on other pics besides my own.
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