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Old 04-08-2005, 05:05 PM
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Here's an example using the base image from Mini-challenge #9, "Last Chance."

The degree of graininess within the image and how much "non-colored border" is controlled by user applied brushstrokes once the action completes.

I have just recently joined this great forum. I'd like to show you what I have done with the "Last Chance" image and instructions that I followed---and then deviated from. Wish I would, wish I could say that I remember all of them. However without the basic instructions I never would have gotten the fional result, which pleases me no end. I only hope that the image that I finished and attach here shows up.

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Old 04-09-2005, 10:42 AM
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I have just recently joined this great forum. I'd like to show you what I have done with the "Last Chance" image and instructions that I followed---and then deviated from. Wish I would, wish I could say that I remember all of them. However without the basic instructions I never would have gotten the fional result, which pleases me no end. I only hope that the image that I finished and attach here shows up.

Thanks Danny,
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George:

Your pic uploaded just fine and I can see why you were pleased with it. Congrats on your results and for having posted your first image at RetouchPRO. I hope there will be many more.

~Danny~
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Old 04-13-2005, 02:57 PM
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That's a beautiful effect, Danny! Thanks for sharing
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Old 05-23-2005, 05:30 PM
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Talking Neat PS action

I'm a newbie so if you've seen this action before please excuse the ring. It's called the "Lomo" because it simulates the colorfully intense and retro coolness of the Russian Lomo camera. I've produced some fantastic pix with it and in combination with other actions. Hope this is interesting to you because I've had a blast with it, but then I think fireflies are interesting so good luck. Whoever came up with this one also did us a great service, because it's abso-freaking-cool.
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Old 07-21-2005, 12:29 PM
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Robert Anseli actions

Some of these are really cool.

http://www.chainstyle.com/freebies.html

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Old 08-04-2005, 01:23 PM
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Andy Worhol like 3x3 action

Mike: THANKS for the inspiration!

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It's been awhile since I was inspired to write an action, but when I saw the results of one written by Mike Warren recently (see this thread at DPReview), I had to give it a go.

My action, written using PS7 (I don't think it work work with PS6), will take an image of any size and create a 3x3 matrix, with each pane on a separate layer for a lot of creative flexibility.

Check out the attachments for a better idea of what I mean. If someone has CS or CS2, I'd like to know if it works with either.

Have fun...

~Danny~
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Old 08-04-2005, 02:10 PM
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Smile Thank YOU Danny!

Danny,

You're Welcome and thanks for taking this to the next level! I wouldn't have had the drive and energy to make complex modifications to the Action (lost enough sleep on this as it was). I haven't tried your Action yet, but I'm sure it is well thought out and will run flawlessly as do all your Actions! Great idea, I can't wait to try it!


Mike



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Mike: THANKS for the inspiration!

- - - - - -

It's been awhile since I was inspired to write an action, but when I saw the results of one written by Mike Warren recently (see this thread at DPReview), I had to give it a go.

My action, written using PS7 (I don't think it work work with PS6), will take an image of any size and create a 3x3 matrix, with each pane on a separate layer for a lot of creative flexibility.

Check out the attachments for a better idea of what I mean. If someone has CS or CS2, I'd like to know if it works with either.

Have fun...

~Danny~
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Old 08-04-2005, 03:04 PM
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I'm Back!

Danny,

I ran your Action and I was right. It was well thought out and ran flawlessly!

Thanks again!

Mike


[QUOTE=mikew714]Danny,

You're Welcome and thanks for taking this to the next level! I wouldn't have had the drive and energy to make complex modifications to the Action (lost enough sleep on this as it was). I haven't tried your Action yet, but I'm sure it is well thought out and will run flawlessly as do all your Actions! Great idea, I can't wait to try it!
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Old 10-06-2005, 09:09 PM
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Question actions from Danny

What is the difference between the 7-7a and 7b action set found on this site. I downloaded all of them and would like to know if they are the same.
I also have v6.
thank you
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Old 10-07-2005, 12:48 AM
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What is the difference between the 7-7a and 7b action set found on this site. I downloaded all of them and would like to know if they are the same.
I also have v6.
thank you
7a and b are minor revisions (corrections, mostly) to 7. 7b is the most current.
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