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07/08/2005 06:26:10 PM · #1
Started playing around with PS filters (radial blur namely)
Let me know what you think
Comments and critiques are very welcome (as always!)
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Cheers
07/09/2005 02:29:56 PM · #2
Bumping for the weekend (only once!)
07/09/2005 02:33:31 PM · #3
I like the one of the girl running. The guy walking give me a real disoriented feeling. Almost like a bad set of glasses.
07/09/2005 02:33:54 PM · #4
The first one is wonderful. Try using history brush to remove the artifacts above her head... The second doesn't do much for me, though.

Robt.
07/09/2005 02:34:09 PM · #5
Comments added.
07/09/2005 03:40:55 PM · #6
i really dislike these effects in general. the girl pic is really nice & I think might be great just on its own. Perhaos bumo up the contrast to get rid of the grey-y look.

I'd be interested in finding out y so many peeps likethis effect as lots have stated in past threads that they do.

Why do you like the effect?

Good shooting & peace!
07/09/2005 03:50:01 PM · #7
I prefer achieving these kinds of effects in camera. To me it adds a dimension to the image that is not usually there on the 2D flat plane.
07/09/2005 03:51:32 PM · #8
For me, I'm just fiddling around with PS stuff. I'm experimenting with ways to draw the eye to a certain part of the picture, and I thought this would be an interesting way of doing it.
Here's a redone version of the girl (minus the stuff above her head)

and the original (straight out of the camera) for you rooster :)
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07/09/2005 03:55:06 PM · #9
I made use of this effect for a challenge entry last year:

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07/09/2005 03:56:52 PM · #10
Nice picture, strangehost!
07/09/2005 04:35:25 PM · #11
Good work with the history brush, pidge, if that's how you did it.

R.
07/09/2005 04:44:11 PM · #12
I didn't use it on this particular picture, but I've been playing with it on other pictures. Thanks for the tip on how to use it! Greatly appreciated
Cheers
07/30/2005 01:12:39 AM · #13
Originally posted by pidge:

For me, I'm just fiddling around with PS stuff. I'm experimenting with ways to draw the eye to a certain part of the picture, and I thought this would be an interesting way of doing it.
Here's a redone version of the girl (minus the stuff above her head)

and the original (straight out of the camera) for you rooster :)
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now that's better. The original, IMHO, is much more appealing to me. But I do have to say that the fiddling in ps is the way to go. I rather enjoy seeing the results of such activities. Thanks for sharing!
07/30/2005 02:13:34 AM · #14
I like the first one of the girl running....but upping the contrast would be more effective for me!

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