Australian landscape photography and other stuff
Heres another from that grey old day down in walpole. This was the last shot i was able to take before the filters got so salty i couldn’t clean them.
Well done Stacky…..nice one.
Here is that Hippopandaz desktop-
nice mate, very desaturated Eastway style. Not your best but very solid work, ASP please.
ben its my desktop now… hilariously stupidly pointless.
Fletch cheers ill submit a load of 20 next weekend once all this homework sh*ts done
Nice one, not over done, what does it look like before you blurred the sky? Can you get any more yellow out of those rocks?
Nice mate, you better get your images into the master.
Your frames on your images, did you get a CS4 action from fletcher to create them
or do you create them yourself. I have a new post up but would really like to construct better framing for my images on wordpress.
Any ideas would be great
James sounds risky but ill give it a try!
Wayne i stole the frame from the master himself, although had to figure out how to make it. It fairly easy… just expand the canvas to get the gray area, duplicate the layer and expand the canvas again for the black. then use the layer effects thing to put an inner shadow on the top layer. Experiment a bit.
Nice one Stakky, as James said not over done. however there is a little bit too much sand in the foreground, maybe a slight vignette may bring you eye level up a tad.
cheers Tom. Ill give it a try.
Nice shot Stakky. Are you following the master’s sharpening settings – looks like there is a little haloing in patches but the seaspray may be doing something there. Nice job on the frames – did you write an action for that or do it manually each time.
Thanks muzz… im using Kelby’s sharpening style, in LAB colour. This gets the best result.
i do the frames manually… the actions thing never worked.
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