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Old 06-05-2006, 10:31 PM
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thanks patricia

3 more, metallicized.

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Old 06-06-2006, 03:37 AM
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Just love the metallic look Craig...a question.....are you going to wallpaper one wall with all the lovely clematis you have done?????

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Old 06-06-2006, 07:12 AM
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I second that Craig love the metallics

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Old 06-07-2006, 12:17 AM
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thanks patricia, palms

i was just playing around with a filter and hit on those by accident. one of those little serendipities you find every once in a while.

and patricia, re the wallpaper....sort of

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Old 06-07-2006, 12:27 AM
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i'm getting a little embarrassed at hijacking this thread with my stuff but not so much that here's two more (made with a new filter i'm working on) but this FF really is addictive.

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Old 06-07-2006, 02:55 AM
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Craig i dont mind the hijack ! I love the second one how would that look with a faded sketch layer over it ? ( see i am encouraging you now )

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Old 06-07-2006, 08:20 AM
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Now i am doing a little hijacking Palms...but you have to download filter forge ...i have just had a play for half an hour and its great and highly addictive (right again Craig) Love the comic book one...

Craig ...I like your fist one best...It glows...think you should start a filter forge thread and post a pic and see what we can do with it????? PLEASE...

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Old 06-07-2006, 08:58 AM
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well good. i really dont want to take over the thread

palms,
try it, the faded sketch layer. heck, try any of them. one of the things i always thought might be interesting here on retouch was a derivative thread. someone posts an image and others do a rendition then others do a rendition off the rendition and so on down the line.

patricia,
careful, it's highly addictive! there shld be a warning label on that thing and yes, if you never even make a filter yourself there are some great filters that come with the program and more get uploaded every day. byRo just made one that pretty much blew us all away. i dont know if it's on the download or not, but once you have the program you can download the others through the built-in feature of FF. so, find Ro's 'adaptive tiling' filter and try it out. if you cant get it through the server you can get it off the forums over there.

and thank you both for the kind words and encouragement. i always feel a bit inhibited in posting more than a few pics in a thread. i've already done over 30 versions of 'clematis' and will continue to do more, as it's sort of become my test picture for filter forge. but i certainly wont be posting all of them. folks would get pretty tired of 'craig's filter forged clematis' i would think.

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edit: and yes, patricia, i had thought of starting a filter forge thread and may do so. i just have to find an appropriate image. we've also suggested the devs start a gallery on their site for this sort of thing.
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Old 06-07-2006, 10:03 AM
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A thread would be great Craig....can i help with a photo...what are you looking for??? Just got to congratulate you on your filter at ff, HSL contrast manipulation...it has done wonderful things to my roses!!!! Thanks...

Once again...sorry Palms ...just had to reply to Craig......

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Old 06-07-2006, 01:52 PM
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patricia,

oh good. i'm glad to see someone using it! try Ro's sketch filter and the adaptive tiling one too. i've made some more filters and am working on a new one as well, but the submission line right now tends to get clogged up. they're working on speeding it up. so when that happens i'll be posting some more.

and if you want to start a thread yourself, it might work better. i'm still cleaning up my old photo negatives and dont have a decent enough digital camera to take new ones yet. so, that might work better. not sure how we would do it, though. i wouldnt really want to try to exclude those that dont have FF yet. but it might be fun to have a thread dedicated to it, that instead of the thread being dedicated to one photo, it would be dedicated to one program with many different photos.

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