cape may- colorized

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cape may- colorized

Uploaded: November 21, 2005 21:58:31


same as black and white, but with a splash of color! I wanted to emphasize the motion and the spooky feeling of the original. Green and red was my first attempt at colorizing, with some cloning effects around the edges to emphasize the whirling center..


Lynn Paulette Foerster November 27, 2005

Very neat picture! I just entered my photo in this contest and looked at some of the recent enteries, I couldn't believe it, look at my picture! #350765

Kay E. Mahoney level-classic December 23, 2005

Congratulatins on your win. Love the colors. #2216247

Vinubhai Desaibhai Patel January 02, 2006

Jamie, you have the first digital camera but CAPE MAY isn't your first picture because you have very seasoned eyes and acute sense of colors. So you seem to have a lot of experience. You deserve all congratulations I have, Jamie! #2246120

Shelly A. Van Camp level-classic January 09, 2006

Great job anc colors! I have the same camera and just upgraded to a Nikon have some nice pictures. #2267631

Laurence Saliba level-classic January 13, 2006

Awesome image and capture Jamie!!! Excellent composition too. Congrats on this one!!! #2286451

Cathy M. Gromball January 20, 2006

Congratulations on your Second Place win, Jamie!

Cathy :) #2310330

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