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  1. #21
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    Quote Originally Posted by r3g View Post
    You truely have a gift when it comes to PP my friend. Keep em comin!
    i agree 100%. so many people snoot their noses at PP cos they say you should get it right in cam and somehow PP cheapens the image. well to them i say...BOOKMARK THIS THREAD.
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  2. #22
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rooz View Post
    i agree 100%. so many people snoot their noses at PP cos they say you should get it right in cam and somehow PP cheapens the image.

    And what BS that is. PP turnes ordinary pictures into something that stimulates the mind and imagination. Anyone can take a decent picture if a car or any other object but it takes a lot more skill to edit it in a way that make people stare and appreciate it. Everyday life is boring give us vivid, extravagant works of art that makes people go " WOW!".

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  3. #23
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    Thank you all! Getting feedback like this makes all those hours spent infront of photoshop that much more worth it.

    More pictures will come, I just have to edit them first

  4. #24
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    diablo13.jpg = my wallapaper.. convenient how you already have it as 1680x1050!

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    Thanks. Also notice how I've stopped adding the "frame" to the 1680x1050 version, to make it nice for use as a background



    1680x1050:
    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v3.../mr2mk202b.jpg

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  8. #28
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    You do seem to be a Photoshop Master! Very nice work.
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  10. #30
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    Photowerkz, your images are amazing. The lighting and post processing is absolutely fantastic. The compostions are great too.

    By the way, did you ever take a look at Nikon Capture NX? It has control points, D-lighting and very convenient selection tools, which allow you to drastically alter certain parts of an image. I know you are shooting Canon, but it works with tiff and jpeg too.
    Anyway, it cannot replace photoshop, but I guess it may help you speed up certain steps in your workflow.
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