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Old 07-13-2010, 06:00 AM
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Enjoyed the play Sylvia; thanks for sharing.
spot on Lyle i really like this, please say it is a technique that can be done in ps

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Old 07-13-2010, 12:15 PM
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When are you going to have something in National Geographic?
As soon as I submit them, OlBaldy .

Isedo,
I too totally love Bangkok, but only when it's peaceful (last time the Red Shirts were in there and there were lots of lost bullets flying by so we had to shorten our stay there...). We'll very likely be there next December again.

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Old 07-13-2010, 12:23 PM
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Re: Riverfront in Bangkok

Another look. Used Fotosketcher followed by the Impressionist Plugin.
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Old 07-13-2010, 12:31 PM
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Nice one, Alan
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Old 07-13-2010, 01:27 PM
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We look at works of Alan.
He is the MASTER of Impressionist plugin,
I think we should ask him about the lesson.
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Re: Riverfront in Bangkok

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spot on Lyle i really like this, please say it is a technique that can be done in ps

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lol; unfortunately it uses some GIMP specific layer properties. Pretty sure you can duplicate this in PS since I did use a few PS filters (including Buzz that Trimoon passed on and that Sylvia reminded me about that at the Inn; lol {inside joke}). All about the blending. Been playing with a fake HDR technique that involves Xero's Supersmooth filter and GIMP's Grain Extract layer property. Still a noisy situation, so I had to do some cleanup smudges. I blended some reverse Buzz (similar to what I use Supersmooth for; using Grain Extract, you can get an effect akin to a highpass result. I Buzzed and then applied Grain Extract and then Grain Merged which in effect, inverts the Buzz result). Now, it's up to you do decipher (easy to actually do; hard for me to explain since I'm not formally trained so I tend to use nomenclature that no one else understands. lol). Dad always told me I had the gift for gab. lol

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Re: Riverfront in Bangkok

I hesitate to display my humble attempt against all your spectacular ones but here goes.

This school vacation is seriously cutting into my Photoshop time.

thanks for the play with this interesting capture. We were in Thailand 98-99. It was a very surreal experience living there.

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I played with the Van Gogh filter in Gimp, messed with colors, and added some overlays.
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Old 07-14-2010, 12:29 PM
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thanks for the play with this interesting capture. We were in Thailand 98-99. It was a very surreal experience living there.
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Where did you live in Thailand, Nancy? It sure is an amazing country, isn't it?

Nice one, Cookieater, and welcome to the club!

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Old 07-14-2010, 02:37 PM
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Thanks Lyle ( i think) will i be able to work it out ? ( you have more faith in me than i do ) any way it has given me a avenue to look down and that is reflected in the first image here the second just some experimenting in a different way

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