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Crying Tree posted by igorsv May 12, 2008 10:44PM reply | quote
posted by igorsv

Hi All,

One of the first images taken with LB.
Thanks for viewing and your comments.

Regards,
Igor.
Re: Crying Tree posted by BearWoodsDavid May 12, 2008 11:19PM reply | quote
posted by BearWoodsDavid

Gorgeous.
David

David Akoubian
www.bearwoodsphotography.com

"Time is a wonderful healer, but a really bad beautician" - Unknown
Re: Crying Tree posted by TG-J (Admin) May 12, 2008 11:22PM reply | quote
posted by TG-J

luv it ,that is a shadow on a wall with drip marks ? Tony,
Re: Crying Tree posted by igorsv May 12, 2008 11:44PM reply | quote
posted by igorsv

The texture has created an effect of shadows on the wall. In reality, those are the branches of the tree blurred by LB.
Re: Crying Tree posted by TG-J (Admin) May 12, 2008 11:56PM reply | quote
posted by TG-J

These textures seem very popular at the moment,if you dont mind me asking? Does one create them themselves in Ps,if so can you point me to some sort of tutorial. Am seeing a lot of really nice work using them. Seem to really pair up nicely with the lens baby. Thanks ,hope you dont mind me asking. Tony.
Re: Crying Tree posted by RichB May 13, 2008 12:11AM reply | quote
posted by RichB

Igor,

A very interesting abstract with nice treatment.

Rich
Re: Crying Tree posted by David Morel May 13, 2008 12:13AM reply | quote
posted by David Morel

I like that a lot, very emotive! Post processig seems to be spot on!

David L. Morel
www.davidmorelphoto.com
Re: Crying Tree posted by igorsv May 13, 2008 12:13AM reply | quote
posted by igorsv

Hi Tony,

The texture technique is not new and was used by traditional photographers a lot before the digital. You can google for free texture images. It could be images of concrete surface, parchment paper and so on. A simple technique is to add the texture as a new layer on top of your original image, then change the layer mode (overlay, hard light and etc.) and opacity to achieve a desired look. A more complex approach is to mix different textures, paint with texture brushes on certain areas of the image.

Regards,
Igor.
Re: Crying Tree posted by Ta May 13, 2008 12:17AM reply | quote
posted by Ta

Lovely image. I like the Holga feel and the tone.
Re: Crying Tree posted by TG-J (Admin) May 13, 2008 12:32AM reply | quote
posted by TG-J

Thanks Igor I will looking.
Re: Crying Tree posted by ScottM May 13, 2008 02:55AM reply | quote
posted by ScottM

very nicely done, great abstract.
Scott
Re: Crying Tree posted by popquiz November 09, 2008 07:30AM reply | quote
posted by popquiz

congrats Igor, one of my favorite rags

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Re: Crying Tree posted by BARONDLA November 09, 2008 12:06PM reply | quote
posted by BARONDLA

Very atmospheric. Love the B&W. Feels quite ancient.
thanks
barondla

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