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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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Wednesday, 29 May 2013

VICTORY. (29/05/13)

Just a quick post today as I’m cleaning and packing for the trip round to Glen Nevis tomorrow.

The family from hell have gone.

maphandI waved them goodbye with a victory salute. Whatever did you think I was doing?

Now I’ll wash my hand and get on with domestic tasks.

I’ll report from the shadow of the UK’s highest mountain tomorrow.

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  1. Someone's been playing.

    Nice one, I like that.

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    1. Keith, I should have played a little more there's a halo on the hand.
      I'll clean it up and send it to Dithery when he tries to force through his next self serving, daft idea. He's dangerous at the moment because despite there being no credible opposition he knows that he only has a couple of years as boss.

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  2. Your charm obviously worked? And a fitting final gesture!!...[;o)

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    1. First used by archers at Agincourt If I remember but my version was Churchillian I assure you.

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  3. A fitting way to say good bye.

    peter

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    1. Peter I was fed up with domestic chores.

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  4. oh, yea! did you actually paint your hand? well, it was one fine job if you did!

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    1. Norma, how else, it's my hand and our flag.....No it is one of the oldest filters in Photoshop. Called...I forget but you'll find it under distort but first you have to create a high contrast displacement map, save it as I did then load it and piss about to your hearts content.

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  5. Ha,ha,ha shame they couldn't have left earlier though.

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    1. Douglas, he gave me a beer last night. He struggles with three of his own kids and a wife I wouldn't touch with yours.
      I'm okay now, it's just school holidays.

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    3. Ah a man's way of saying sorry (sorry for deleting the reply I posted BIG typo')

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  6. Well at least you have a little peace in camp now. Love the photo Adrian. Your starting to get good at this Photoshop stuff.

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    1. Horst, when I look at real photoshoppers I realize I've much to learn

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    2. I liked your way of saying goodbye :))
      A hug.

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    3. Laura, a colourful send off.

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  7. I need to play with Photoshop more. I've been using it since 1990 and have only done this sort of creative stuff a .. handful of times. Well done. :)

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    1. Hilary, I have only just got round to grown up Photoshop. It does make for good playtimes. It is expensive but I can see it saving a fortune in the pub. Amazing that it will support 8,000 layers. I get lost with twenty....I know!...I should name them.

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  8. Nice to see you have been meeting some real characters on your travels. Stops life from getting boring ;)

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    1. John, some characters I would happily not meet.

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  9. If I spent less time doing the garden and playing croquet then Photoshop could provide endless hours of frustration (sorry, I meant to say endless hours of fun).

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    1. Graham, I used to have better things to do. The distort filter is the least intuitive of Photoshop tools....some accolade, there's some serious competition.

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  10. This is so symbolic, of a goodbye!!!

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