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11/12/2006 11:06:03 AM · #1
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'Pier' by Noel_ZH

View this tutorial here.
11/14/2006 11:12:27 AM · #2
This tutorial really helped me see what could be possible in turning a good image into a stunning one! Thank you so much.

A question - is this legal in the new advanced rules?
11/14/2006 11:25:41 AM · #3
Originally posted by klstover:

This tutorial really helped me see what could be possible in turning a good image into a stunning one! Thank you so much.

A question - is this legal in the new advanced rules?


Yup, And in the old advanced rules too :-)

R.
11/14/2006 01:47:31 PM · #4
Actually, I'm not sure if cloning out the raft was legal (or even as they talk about dust, wires, etc. in the new rules)?
11/14/2006 02:00:26 PM · #5
Could you give more detail on gradients used? I am PS novice, so some stuff is unclear.
11/14/2006 02:14:07 PM · #6
Originally posted by Noel_ZH:

Actually, I'm not sure if cloning out the raft was legal (or even as they talk about dust, wires, etc. in the new rules)?


You're right, I didn't notice the raft. That may speak to its legality (that I didn't notice it until it was pointed out makes it fairly insignificant), but it would be an iffy call for sure. On the other hand, had he left it in it would not have really damaged the image IMO. The main thing is, the processing steps, which are quite sophisticated, are legal.

R.
11/14/2006 02:27:59 PM · #7
Another question - with image 4 and image 6, what is a gradient overlay/how would it put the emphasis on the foreground? Thanks.

edit: Missed the gradients question asked earlier.

Message edited by author 2006-11-14 15:40:36.
11/14/2006 03:40:56 PM · #8
Originally posted by Bear_Music:

Yup


Thanks!
11/14/2006 04:26:42 PM · #9
Originally posted by klstover:

Another question - with image 4 and image 6, what is a gradient overlay/how would it put the emphasis on the foreground? Thanks.

edit: Missed the gradients question asked earlier.


Here you go, sorry :)

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11/14/2006 04:31:49 PM · #10
Originally posted by Noel_ZH:

Here you go, sorry :)


Oooh, thank you. No sorries!
12/10/2006 02:04:20 PM · #11
What method did you use to achieve the border?
12/13/2006 10:06:41 PM · #12
Originally posted by giega:

Could you give more detail on gradients used? I am PS novice, so some stuff is unclear.


I'm also new to Photoshop. Is there a way to simplify the steps? I try to follow them, but don't come to the same end-product...
12/24/2006 10:57:00 PM · #13
i don't know how late i am but, i did send you a message about how to achive this look. Well i thought i'd upload my attempt. I used your photo since i live in TN and have no spots around me like this one.' . substr('//images.dpchallenge.com/images_portfolio/62309/thumb/442305.jpg', strrpos('//images.dpchallenge.com/images_portfolio/62309/thumb/442305.jpg', '/') + 1) . ' I know it is diffrent but i have learned a few new tools to use that seem to make a huge diffrence. Thank you Christina
01/17/2007 02:51:52 PM · #14
What program did you use to create this look?
02/01/2007 02:54:51 PM · #15
Sorry if you were asking me what program. It was Photoshop CS but I now have CS2.. it is the best
02/27/2007 08:13:52 AM · #16
And what tools, tricks etc. did you use?
02/27/2007 08:21:44 AM · #17
that's a great tutorial ... excellent that you've submitted it for everyone's benefit! :)
04/12/2007 08:44:30 PM · #18
For the gradient overlay, are those the percentages and drop-downs you used? Overlay at 58%, then you did a Color dodge at 61%? I'm just trying to see what steps you took exactly. Trying to learn the subtleties myself :)
03/21/2009 11:00:07 PM · #19
THIS IS A GREAT SHOOT I WAS WONDERING DID YOU SHOOT THAT PICTURE IN NEF THEN EDITTED IT IN WHAT KIND OF PHOTOSHOP SOFTWARE GREAT IDEA THANKS AGAIN
03/21/2009 11:41:13 PM · #20
thanks!
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