You're welcome and looking forward to your results.Quote:
Originally Posted by Lilchilichoco
Yes, you can hold the shift key as you move it to snap in place. It just seemed like a couple of needless steps IMO. Always looking for a way to reduce workflow ;). I totally agree that either is far easier than sandwiching slides :eek:. What a pain! You gotta love digital!Quote:
Originally Posted by hokeyguy
Thanks for the link, Hokey. I've been playing with Orton for several hours now, thanks to you :D I found that I could usually find good results with Multiply if I added more Screen layers or put in a pure white layer.
Dennis, I love that shot. One of my favorites of yours.
Lots of good advice and friendly folk in this thread.
I like the soft focus effect, thanks for the link!
This thread is great!
Here's my humble contribution:
And with toriaj's great suggestion I tried the orton effect. I think the effect is awesome! It could maybe use a little work with curves/levels, but I'm definitely going to be using this again.
Wow, I think your first shot has a lot of potential. Maybe you could go at it with some of the great PP techniques we've seen lately :)
Beautiful as-is, though. I love the "star" effect on the bench. And the swan is the frosting on the cake!
Here is a panorama that I took at the beach
Its actually cropped, I found it to be a lot better when he's at the end
no editing, just shadows brightened a bit..
this is the kind of photo that I should of shot in RAW format..
if you look into the horizon you can tell it was badly stitched together, I don't have a tripod so I do all my panorama's by handheld
Originally Posted by toriaj
and also to the other Dennis - nice shots!