ABOUT ME

I live in a camper van with a couple of West Highland Terriers for company.
My passion is photography but it is a work in progress.
I am always willing to share what knowledge I have and can be contacted through the comments on this post or e-mail ADRIAN
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Tuesday, 13 December 2011

ANOTHER SLEETY DAY (13/12/11)

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA    See!

A couple of days ago JoLynne at MOUNTAIN LYON NOTES posted a couple of images and asked if anything could be done with them. There is always something to be done.

DSC_4239 Before

DSC_4239_edited-1  After…………..I am never backward coming forward when it comes to doing a picture.

I have done a SEEING TO PICTURES and would be grateful if anyone with the time and inclination could have a look and let me know of any bits that aren’t understandable.

Hopefully normal service will resume tomorrow. Have fun.

8 comments:

  1. Excellent job Adrian; a big difference.

    I did read the tutorial on how it was done, but I'm a bit thick today. A bit over my head towards the end. Processing not one of my strong points, and the Jack for the cold weather, doesn't help either.

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  2. Great work Adrian, I've just read the tutorial and now you've given my poor old brain even more to struggle with....lol...[;o)

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  3. very nice your processing Adrian, and I like your motto too, It be always some to done..

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  4. What a wonderful story in the blog's header, Adrian!
    Great processing, my friend!
    My best regards from Romania!

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  5. Thanks for the tutorial Adrian, a great improvement.

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  7. Keith, one has to have antifreeze this weather.

    Trevor, sorry it wasn't entirely my fault.

    Laura, it is true. There are few images that given they are in focus and have no shake can't be pushed and pulled a bit.

    Wind, You have my best wishes too.

    Andrew, Thanks. About my limit.

    Gillian, I don't do them often as they are a lot of work. There are multiple ways of getting the same result in PS.

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