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The lonely bird

Discussion in 'Everything Else' started by Robert Lancaster, 27 August 2012.

  1. Robert Lancaster

    Robert Lancaster Searching for Groovy! Site Staff

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    6x6, Iris, PowerSketch, Layover, ScratchCam

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    beautiful, Robert! I just keep scrolling back up and looking at it.. something compelling in the image.
     
  3. Robert Lancaster

    Robert Lancaster Searching for Groovy! Site Staff

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    Thanks Valeri :)
    The base image had a very bland overcast sky.
    The hue and tone changes I found in ScratchCam certainly made the image moody.
    The PowerSketch overlay made the black parts of the image more prominent,
    I also cropped the image a lot closer as I did not want the bird to fly away as I moved closer.
    Creating the image using the layering in Layover certainly took it over the top.
    I had tried individual layering in ImageBlender and Superimpose and could not get the image to work.
    It is one of my favourite images I have produced recently.
     
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    Very cool edit :D
     
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  5. Robert Lancaster

    Robert Lancaster Searching for Groovy! Site Staff

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    Thanks vixen :)
     
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    You are extremely welcome :D
     

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