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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 22-01-16, 00:39
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well done Graham, it looked fabulous
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Old 22-01-16, 14:25
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I am sure Graham is going to come back soon with handful of nice images to share specially one for this competition.
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Old 01-02-16, 09:48
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thought I would add a pic while Graham is away, I'm sure he wont mind
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Alright. Lets keep this going. Here is my try.
Briefing:
Didn't like the empty foreground so shorten it without cropping.
Some perspective correction of wide angle lens.
Didn't like the flat sky so went totally crazy with hot sky.
Some enhancement of shadows also adjusting highlights.
Some enhancement and boost to vibrant color and sharpness.
Tada!
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One of my favourite hotels, I wonít pass through Singapore without stopping off for at least one Singapore Sling.

There appeared to be a little parallax which I straightened. Then the sky, although a typical Singapore sky, lacked contrast with the building, so I put in a new sky; it was difficult to get a good selection on the right hand side.

I didnít like the taxi or the tourists, so I darkened the tourists and covered the taxi with a carriage that I photographed in Poland in 2014.



Having the carriage there evoked an old time look so I experimented with turning it into an old photograph, which I think works quite well if you can convince yourself that the coachman is scratching his ear and not using a mobile phone!


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Old 03-02-16, 06:47
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One of my favourite hotels, I wonít pass through Singapore without stopping off for at least one Singapore Sling.

There appeared to be a little parallax which I straightened. Then the sky, although a typical Singapore sky, lacked contrast with the building, so I put in a new sky; it was difficult to get a good selection on the right hand side.

I didnít like the taxi or the tourists, so I darkened the tourists and covered the taxi with a carriage that I photographed in Poland in 2014.



Having the carriage there evoked an old time look so I experimented with turning it into an old photograph, which I think works quite well if you can convince yourself that the coachman is scratching his ear and not using a mobile phone!

sounds great but I can't see the image or a link????
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Old 03-02-16, 07:10
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Sorry, I should have reread the instructions, but I'm an Engineer and Engineers never read instructions.

So I'll try again!
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Straiten, crop, convert to B&W 2 tone colour. Blend saturate. Dodge and burn. Sharpen.
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Old 07-02-16, 10:23
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well I think I better choose a winner to hand it over to.

they are all creative but I think I will hand it over to Graham for the fun of it,absolutely sacrilege...lol
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