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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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Thursday, 4 July 2013

EXECUTION TWO. (04/07/13)

Today I have a parcel coming so have to stop in. It’s blowing half a gale again but it has turned out sunny for a change.

I have managed to finish my first 3D header. It is quite a mind blowing process. If there were marks for effort I’d score ten out of ten as it is it’s the end result that counts so I’ll give this two. I can’t see this header lasting long. The software does generate a rough preview in real time and I have found about ten percent of the tools available. It’s all just fun._V0G7049_50_51_tonemapped

_V0G7052_3_4_tonemapped Two views from Sango sands taken on this mornings wander.

That’s all for today.

16 comments:

  1. Adrian, these are very dramatic rock formations; and the compositions are excellent; I love the sepia look. #2 is awesome.

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    1. Maria, They are great I'm waiting for a flash trigger and then I'll get really confused with the rocks and lighting them.

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    2. Did you order a radio popper, or something similar?

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    3. Maria, yes I have a second hand Pocket Wizard. It looks very complicated.

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  2. The new header looks good to me Adrian, If it's only worth two out of ten then I'm really looking forward to seeing the gold star effort!
    I like the Sepia effect on the other images.
    So,I guess today is a playing day then?...[;o)

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    1. Trevor just Google 3D text in CS6. You'll see what I was attempting to do. It's all very confusing and the speed the teachers zip through it all at doesn't help.
      Yes it's a colouring in day.

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  3. A really good subject for the sepia with some nice texture to play with.

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    1. Graham, it's play time today. The parcel has just arrived and the instruction book is a hundred A4 pages. My old brain aches. I'm away to the pub....that doesn't usually help but it is an escape.
      A hundred pages to fire a remote Speedlite....little wonder few folk bother.

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  4. Hi Adrian Well you get marks for perseverance with your header. I like it and as Trevor says if this is 2 marks, what on earth will you come up with for 10 marks. I love the effect you have created with the sepia, very atmospheric. Margaret

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    1. Margaret, Your comment has posted all by itself...great.
      I'll come up with something a bit more restrained.....and complicated.....I hope!!

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  5. Nice header Adrian, and about the sands, blooming wizard of the photos.

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  6. It's fun playing with Photoshop. I wish I had more time to do so.. .maybe once winter comes around. I love the sepia images. That's a perfect treatment for those lovely views.

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    1. Hilary, it is a very entertaining and time consuming bit of software.

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  7. Come on be generous...11 out of 10? why not. You have found many interesting things to try, Have fun.

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    1. For effort Red. I'll have another go soon.

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