More Than He Can Chew -- Resubmit

© Pamela K

More Than He Can Chew -- Resubmit

Pamela K November 09, 2004

Here's a link to the original submission: More Than He Can Chew

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Sharon Day level-classic November 09, 2004

Cute shot, Pam!!! Fantastic job with the effects! Nice work!!! #899630

Pamela K November 09, 2004

Thank you, Sharon!

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Janet Detota November 09, 2004

I like both versions, but this one has a very nostalgic feel to it. Great job! #899826

Pamela K November 09, 2004

Thank you, Janet!

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Dale Gast November 09, 2004

This is really good work, Pam!!! I like this effect! Cute little chipmunk!!! #900085

Julie Abston November 09, 2004

Great job with the PT effect!! I really like the subtle colors and how it all blends together!! Great job! #900435

Pamela K November 09, 2004

Thank you, Julie!

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Pamela K November 09, 2004

Oops... Thank you too, Dale! I scrolled to the bottom too quickly the first time and missed your comment....

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Diane Dupuis November 10, 2004

Very well done Pam!! I'm totaly inspired! Now I have to find the time to try out this technique! #900778

Joy Rector November 10, 2004

Great image Pam. What is the process for doing a "simulated polaroid transfer" in photoshop? #900791

Pamela K November 10, 2004

Thank you, Diane and Joy!!

Joy, check out this website: Polaroid Transfer
That's where I started playing around with it. Basically, you take your image and overlay it on a piece of textured paper then create a jagged frame around it. I didn't have a scanner to scan in textured paper, so I "created" a paper-like texture in photoshop starting with a solid color background and adding grain then sharpening edges. Some people say that taking a picture of a crumpled piece of paper also works.

Hope this helps! Have fun!
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Joy Rector November 10, 2004

Thank you so much for your quick and detailed response. I am anxious to try it! #901530

Pamela K November 10, 2004

Good luck! but be warned, it's addictive...

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Eric Highfield level-deluxe December 15, 2004

very cool...congratulations again! This shows that it pays to go back and rework images that you believe in!! #974632

Pamela K December 15, 2004

Thanks again Eric!! I really liked the way this came out with the polaroid transfer simulation! I'm glad it made it to the finals! :-)

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Tammy McAllister December 16, 2004

Three's a charm! congratulations! #975227

Diane Addonizio level-classic December 16, 2004

Congrats! #975648

Pamela K December 16, 2004

Thank you again, Tammy and Diane!!!!!!

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Patricia A. Kuniega December 17, 2004

Congratulations Pam! This turned out wonderfully and the chipmunk is delightful! #980956

Pamela K December 17, 2004

Thank you, Pat!!!

:)
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Leonard Pierce December 17, 2004

CONGRATULATIONS!!!! #981922

Pamela K December 17, 2004

Thank you, Len!!

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Description

This little chipmunk is gathering material for its winter nest; Glacier National Park, Montana; f2.8 1/60s @ 43.50mm, handheld; original photo enhanced slightly, then applied a Polaroid Transfer simulation in Photoshop; Feedback Greatly Appreciated!

Uploaded on November 09, 2004

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