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08/01/2009 09:50:07 AM · #1
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'Fireworks Finale'
by Dr.Confuser

View this tutorial here.
08/01/2009 10:26:09 AM · #2
Oh sure post this just after I deleted all my fireworks shots, just a hour and a half ago getting ready for a road trip.
08/01/2009 10:31:43 AM · #3
nice, now have to find some fireworks to work with!
08/01/2009 01:13:38 PM · #4
I actually have an old image where I did almost the same thing you describe, but the final version never came out right. However I think this tutorial may have explained the problem -- changing the blending mode of the added layers to Screen! I'll have to try and dig the file out of the archives and see if that fixes it.
Found it (from 2005) ... not an inspired layout I guess, but an example of how the blending mode affects the image!

Original edit: 811143.jpg New revision: 811144.jpg

Message edited by author 2009-08-01 14:52:34.
08/01/2009 02:54:33 PM · #5
Ooooh, gotta try this! :)
09/22/2010 01:07:39 AM · #6
Great tutorial, I have quite a collection of fireworks pics, and this addiction could last a loooong time. Thanks.
09/22/2010 01:08:16 AM · #7
Great tutorial, I have quite a collection of fireworks pics, and this addiction could last a loooong time. Thanks.

Message edited by author 2010-09-22 01:09:10.
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