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Games - Photography related of course Just for fun, anyone can start one, everyone can play, so let have your ideas & have some fun

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Old 11-01-16, 19:08
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Default Fancy a Go

Ok so I'm going to resurrect this game, which I used to enjoy.

Attached is an un-edited image which everyone is welcome to have a play with, anything goes so feel free and have fun. Its up to your imagination.

Post your interpretation in the thread, & to help everybody learn, please give a brief overview of what you've done to create your version

I will choose the one I like best next week, and then that person can start a new thread with their image for us to have a play with
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Old 11-01-16, 21:44
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my edit for Fancy a go, selective colour, sats and contrast added
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Just a bit of fun, well so it was. I dredged out a photo from the archives of a visit to Kaikura in NZ of a diving whale. I cut out the animal and also the water disturbance to a fair distance around it then matched the colour balance and light intensity.

Next step was to introduce the water droplets which I copied from a scene I took from behind a waterfall. They were fitted in two strips, one for each side of the tailfin and I then emphasised the sides of the water flow.

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So far so Nice.
And here is my share and participation:
Rotate a tad to make water level, cropped a bit, cloned flare, mono-color conversion to taste, added sepia via overlay brown layer, a bit blur here and there, a bit sharpening here and there.
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OK here is my try. I'm not sure if I am attaching it properly.

I had a photo of an artist taken some years ago in Italy, so I replaced the painting on his easel with a copy of the original that I had converted to an oil painting. Then I copied the result back into the original photograph.

https://cnxphoto.smugmug.com/No-Cata...ry/i-vLNpJ4j/A

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Old 13-01-16, 13:35
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Hi Val

It's usually better if you attached the image directly to the thread (I've downloaded your version from smugmug & attached it for you)

To do it yourself, when creating your post
  1. Click "Go Advanced" below the quick post dialogue box
  2. Scroll down the page until you see "Manage Attachments" & click it
  3. In the windows that opens click "choose File" & navigate to the file you want to attached
  4. Click upload & when the upload is complete, close the window
  5. Job done
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a couple of very interesting and creative edits there
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Selective levels. Multiply bending of sky. Dodge and burn. Selective sharpening. Slight warming to colour tone. Slight blur to the edges. Can't remember anything else but likely missed something.
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If you can't fix it decorate it
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LOL.
Loved it.
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