yes, been busy again now that my computer has settled down a bit.
the real work is in making the filters. once that's done and i've set up a bunch of pre-sets, it almost becomes a one-click operation to crank these things out. so, the creative side comes in the filter making and not as much in the filter using.
and yes, i was hesitant about including the burgundy, coppery one, but i threw it in anyways just for a bit of contrast and to show off the abilities of the filter. filter forge still amazes me in it's combination of power and simplicity of use.
palms, thank you
yes, i like the last one the best also. and i also noticed a bit of loss there. i'll have to work on that. there is a vingnetting that goes on in that filter and it may be extending too far and that may be what caused the loss.
and like i said to janet, the coppery one just struck me as kind of an interesting effect and not so much one that i normally display by itself, even though i do like the odd here and there
as for the name, hmmm.... fantasia... i'll give it some thought. there are quite a few 'frame' filters now in the filter forge library. i'll have to do some checking.
Love your swan pics and by the look of all the beautiful art work done on your photos...so does everyone else...I took some swan photos last week...got a few in upright position but most of the time it was bottoms up as they must have been fishing!!!!
I really like all the different renditions you have all done...a real pleasure to view....
I used the cut out filter for mine and framed with an action...
Glad your computer is behaving Craig!!!
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