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Old May 24, 2011, 5:17 AM   #11
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A beautiful photograph - such subtle light & wonderful composition. And wonderful color correction work by Jachol!
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Old May 24, 2011, 6:18 AM   #12
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Thank you, Mole! I am happy you liked the composition, I was struggling with this photo's composition, thinking that something wasn't right when it comes to the system of thirds... You would not believe how many attempts I made at cropping this photo to try to get it right... but like all serious attempts, it is rewarding to work with challenges, and to explore! All the best to you and yours there in the wonderful state of Tennessee. Ned
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A beautiful photograph - such subtle light & wonderful composition. And wonderful color correction work by Jachol!
You'll have me blushing mole, but thanks. This was a relatively easy one to correct. ... Jack.
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Old Jun 1, 2011, 10:15 AM   #14
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Here is another version of the photo! A complete rework to make it look more like an impressionist painting... The cause of my blue tree had to do with adding contrast, and yes, "colour correction" which didn't adequately correct the colours... but worsened the previous one... hope you might like this better... took two jok'n hours just to rework this baby. For some odd reason, this photo does not look as "sharp" as what I originally have. Don't know why. Ned
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Love the photo, Ned.
I see everyone beat me to the solution for the blue problem, so I'll just be over in my corner sulking.
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Here is another version of the photo! A complete rework to make it look more like an impressionist painting... The cause of my blue tree had to do with adding contrast, and yes, "colour correction" which didn't adequately correct the colours... but worsened the previous one... hope you might like this better... took two jok'n hours just to rework this baby. For some odd reason, this photo does not look as "sharp" as what I originally have. Don't know why. Ned
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You've given it an etherial look, almost impressionist, but I like it ... there's no end to the effects you can get in PS or elements, and it's all good practice. ... Jack
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LOL, Hi John! Great to hear from ya. And, thanks Jack for your kind photo. It took two hours to do this photo, but I learned some new techniques in PSE9... I had so much fun with this, but that is what we are here for. Thanks again. Ned
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