From BLAH to WOW

This is a discussion on From BLAH to WOW within the Post-Processing forums, part of the Photography Tips category; Nice interpretation Sue, I like your crop and b&w conversion. Good detail even in the unwashed windows. Very well done indeed. Here's another edit I ...


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    Nice interpretation Sue,

    I like your crop and b&w conversion. Good detail even in the unwashed windows. Very well done indeed.

    Here's another edit I did on the same image over the weekend. Endless possibilities.

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    Well done cande56755,

    Very fine editing work. Your type revision totally matches the original. Not easily done. I personally like the straight b&w version best.

    Congrats on a WOW image.

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    Here's my try.... this was fun, thanks!


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    Stunning results Joe. Definitely not BLAH.

    Fine post processing. Make a dramatic and eye catching image.

    Congrats.

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    Hub,

    Thanks for posting these pics to play with! Sometimes I don't always feel like I get enough time to get out to shoot and it's fun to practice processing on other's work. This is also a great way to see how other people apply different effects to the same raw material.

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    I agree Joe. Everyone has their own slant on life and photography. A base picture just provides us with a window to experience others' creativity and imagination. There is no right or wrong answer.

    It really has been fun, and I hope to see more.

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    This would work better with interior scenes




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    This image had on old carton feel to me so here is my try at it



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    Maroniet and Cpd23: Great interpretations. Very good (and complex) post processing work.

    Congratulations on your Photoshop skills. Very creative.

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