~Sunset dragon~

© Lynne Hoad

~Sunset dragon~

Uploaded: July 15, 2007

Description

This is my first attempt using PS and flood.

Comments

Patrick Rouzes level-classic July 15, 2007

And an excellent 1st attempt it is, Lynne! Excellent tones, comp,ligthnig,& effects!!! Nice work indeed! #691996

Lisa J. Boulden level-classic July 15, 2007

WOW!!!!
Lynne, I think we have a winner here!
Such rich color and details, bundled up in tons of creativity!!!
Love it! --lisa #4512510

Toni Riggs July 16, 2007

This is really cool! How did you do it? #4515012

Lynne Hoad July 16, 2007

Thanks Toni. First I made a golden sun in PS with the flaming pear filter solar cell then I used flood to make the water. Then I used a photo I took of the sunset on the hills across the road and used flood on that. Then I changed the color to gold on a dragonfly photo. Now I had 3 golden pics. I then merged the dragonfly onto the top of the solar/water scene and then finally I shrank the pic of the sunset to fit it up the top on the waterline where the first sun had been, merging the two floods together. I have a free program called merge that I use. I don't know how to do it on PS yet. Hope that makes sense and answers your question! #4515912

Stephanie Laird level-classic July 27, 2007

Hi Lynn!

Great image, love the colors! #4568357

Lynne Hoad August 09, 2007

Thanks Stephanie! #4623295

anonymous A. August 14, 2007

If this is a first attempt, what will she produce with a little experience???!!?

Congratulations, Lynne. #4645099

Lynne Hoad August 14, 2007

Thanks heaps David! #4645123

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