Sinking Lotus

© HuHu Lin

Sinking Lotus

Uploaded: March 29, 2006


I shot this lotus with canon eos50 originally.Then I use kodak dx7590 to reproduce it as a digital pic and use a flood filter by photoshop ^_^


Kevin Nugent March 29, 2006

Great image!!! Beautiful color and effect! #417532

Paula Kelly March 30, 2006

Ive just went wild with the flood filter lately! #2590520

Kenton L. Elliott April 11, 2006

Love this, HuHu! Great use of the flood filter and colors here! Well done! #2632840

Chris Budny level-deluxe April 25, 2006

Congrats, HuHu!! Lovely image, and great Flood! #2685715

HuHu Lin April 26, 2006

Thanks all of you!
I can't believe that I am in the finalist.I am so glad of it because this is the first time I in the finalist.So thanks judges ^_^ #2693073

Chris Budny level-deluxe April 26, 2006

Well, then, an EXTRA Congratulations, on your first Finalist! Welcome to the club! :) #2693432

May 05, 2006

Congratulations on the awesome click!
really nice colors!!

i am very curious to know about the flood filter..what is it and how do you use it? #2729232

June 21, 2006

Congratulations! HuHu. Being your old friend, I am amazed by your talent and efforts. Good job!! #2923608

HuHu Lin June 21, 2006

Thanks Kun Shan,hopely I can see u post ur pieces on the betterphoto,this is a good place to practice ur shooting skill,really!
And thanks Rashmi too,sorry for replying u too late.
Its easy to use flood filter if u have the software Photoshop plus going to download flood filter on then putting it into photoshop...and u can make it!! #2926043

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