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    The theme of this Gallery Challenge is "shiny". That's it. No pictures to work from, just an idea.

    When you've got your entry, start a thread with either your name or the title of your work. Attach your file to your first post (no URLs, please). We all will still expect excellent...
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    Theme Challenge - Peace
    by T Paul
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    When you've got your entry, attach your file (no URLs, please). We all will still expect some descriptions of how you did it, and you can also include your thoughts about where...
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    01-25-2003, 11:33 AM
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  • Reflection Challenge

    The theme of this Gallery Challenge is "reflection". That's it. No pictures to work from, just an idea.

    When you've got your entry, start a thread with either your name or the title of your work. Attach your file to your first post (no URLs, please). We all will still expect excellent descriptions of how you did it, and you can also include your thoughts about where the idea came from, your creative process, etc.

    As always, this Challenge doesn't expire, ever. Even when new ones are posted we still want to see your entry for this one.

    -T

  • #2
    Alice Reflection

    I did this one some time ago, combination of 3 images, back view, front view and window.

    Merged together using layers and layer masks.

    Christine
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    • #3
      I'm not sure whether this qualifies for this forum.

      But it is based on my self rejected entry for the November competition.

      I used the original background, then selected various circles of the background - copied and pasted the same to new layers.

      Then I used the lens correction filter to distort the new layers.
      I flattened the image then used the Flood filter for the foreground.

      Steve
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      • #4
        Re: Reflection Challenge

        So Cool this is nice very nice..

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        • #5
          Re: Reflection Challenge

          Evening All,

          This is my play on reflections. I took the pic in Canada while on vacation. This is a special time of day for me.
          I replaced the fast river in the foreground with a reflection of the trees and sky.
          Used dry brush and levels to lighten image. That's it.
          Thanks for the play it's such great fun.

          On Air... I can't view your image.
          XARAN I love your image there's something special about children.
          Shalford Your image is really beautiful
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          • #6
            Re: Reflection Challenge

            While in Egypt in 2004 I noticed this reflection in a tour bus rear window. It reminded me of a scene from the old movie Midnight Cowboy with Jon Voight, where palm trees were reflected in the bus window as they got to Florida.
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            • #7
              Re: Reflection Challenge

              Made from a 3D models.
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              Last edited by MiningArt; 09-04-2009, 07:45 PM. Reason: gave it another try

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