Very engaging and original effect. How did you produce the color gradient? Love it. ... MomentsForZen
Engaging and original image. How did you produce the color gradient. Love it. ... MomentsForZen
MomentsForZen ~ I'd like to take credit for creating that gradient...but it's one of PhotoFXUltra's presets: Sunset #1 with the red set @ 61 and highlights @ 84. I also overlayed this with a steel and transparency Special Effects...also two of PhotoFX Ultra's presets. I glad you like this image...it's bit of a "sleeper" I think...
Wonderful - pavilions feature in my life living in the tropics - so memories and textures I am familiar with - Wow!!
Thanks Dave for the processing information. I had a close look at the sequence, and can see how you got to the end result. I use Photo fx Ultra quite a bit, but it sure has such a bewildering array of options that I doubt that anyone knows them all.By the way, how do you record processing sequences? I take screen captures at critical times to capture the programs and settings for later, when I have time to write down the sequence in the description section on Flickr - where I post my photos. This is very time consuming, and prone to error if too much time elapses between processing and posting. Yet, it is extremely valuable if I want to reproduce the effect later. I dream of the time when app developers will get it all together so that each one records the sequence and settings automatically in a metadata file!
MomentsForZen ~ I have made it a practice to write everything down as I go...usually using my own "shorthand" on a scrap piece of paper. I then transfer these notes to a "recipe book" that I've been keeping for all my images in my i365 project. This is a bit time consuming but it's so helpful as a future reference! The only time I'll do screen captures is when I'm writing a tutorial for sites like The AppWhisperer. Dave
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