Darby Struchtemeyer 6/5/2008 2:37:30 PM

Very cool picture- can you tell me what you did to it?
Love the b/w #936096

Geraldine E. Lefoe 6/5/2008 4:07:49 PM

Darby, I used Photoshop CS3. I converted the Raw image to black and white and dragged the black slider until this section became a silhouette. I opened it and selected the rocks and fishermen then copied them into a new image - I fiddled around with the actual size for awhile to get the right amount of white space. I used the flood filter to achieve this effect, again trial and error until I liked the effect. Glad you like it #6023524

Frank Zipperer 6/11/2008 7:02:14 AM

This is a lovely imsge in every aspect. I do a lot of trial and error myself but am not familiar with the flood filter. Could you shed some light (so to speak)?

Frank #6047274

Geraldine E. Lefoe 6/11/2008 6:32:10 PM

Thanks Frank I should have mentioned it was a Flaming pear plugin for Photoshop - lucky there is an article in the latest Digital Darkroom mailout - you can see it here http://www.betterphoto.com/digitalpics/_080611.asp
There is a link there to an article about it.http://www.betterphoto.com/article.asp?id=217 #6049490

Vikram Jamwal 6/27/2008 11:55:54 AM

Lovely picturizations!!! #6114186

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Fishermen on the south coast of NSW waiting the first catch of the day

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