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September 2008 - Photo assignment 1 - severe manipulation

This is a discussion on September 2008 - Photo assignment 1 - severe manipulation within the Photo assignments forums, part of the Photography & Fine art photography category; Both assignment ideas come courtesy of Travis Assignment - 1 is #1 Inventive/creative use of Photoshop(or equiv) on an image. ...

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    Default September 2008 - Photo assignment 1 - severe manipulation

    Both assignment ideas come courtesy of Travis

    Assignment - 1 is #1 Inventive/creative use of Photoshop(or equiv) on an image. Outside the box image construction. Severe image manipulation.
    #2 - portraiture of any kind

    But this thread is only for assignment 1 as per the thread title.

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    OK, I will be first. I do a lot of ocean, lake, and river shots.

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    Beautiful, Tegan! And moody!

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    Nice capture. I like the colours and lines and the strange mood this image puts forth (futuristic, desolate, cold - just some feelings this image evokes for me).

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    Thanks, TT and Marko. To warm it up, here is another for the September assignment.

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    I like this shot even better. Very warm and bright.

    I may have placed the sun a bit more to the right but that's it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marko View Post
    I like this shot even better. Very warm and bright.

    I may have placed the sun a bit more to the right but that's it.

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    You mean that you are turning my critique of the centre of interest being too close to the frame back on me.

    I have to agree.

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    Tegan, I love the colors!!! The warmth and the glow... gives promise of a new day.
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    really like the second one too, tegan. would you mind describing the process that went into it? i think it would also be kind of neat to see the original photo.would you mind?

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    This is an edited image from a family shoot I did a few days ago. Lots of contrast, desaturation, healing brush work... took about 15 minutes of work. Used cutout on a layer with adjusted opacity.

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