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Great tjanze 2007-01-06 16:55

Hi Sebastien!
Wow! Amazing perspective.This can be learning photo for young photographer.
I like symmetry.Girl on bicycle,good breaks monotony of space.

Old 01-07-2007, 02:01 AM
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Default To tjanze: A pleasure Vlado

I'm happy you like that shot, i wasn't sure of the visual impact of it before posting it and a pleasure to see at least you loved it :))
Thanks for your critic
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Old 01-07-2007, 09:08 AM
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Default Re: To tjanze: A pleasure Vlado

Try to make next one B&W photo on this instructions:
You will be impressed and you have power to appointment
light and tones.

1.Open photo in Photoshop.
2.Go on Layer / New Adjustment Layer / Chanel mixer - click OK
3.When window is opened,mark Monochrome in square.
4.Give Red chanell on about +84
5.Give Green chanell on about +16
6.Give Blue chanell on about -34
7.If you want bright parts more brighter,pull the Green slider more to +
8.Move slider Constante and make light on photo as you wish.
9.When you are finish - Click OK.
10.For the end,you must go up on Layer and press Flatten Image

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