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A new technique in Photoshop for me

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First started messing around using Photoshop about 8 years ago. I had no training and just muddled along making lots of mistakes in the early years. I bought a few books on the jubject which did help and i also watched tutorials on You Tube - there are loads of good ones on there :sun:

What I wanted to create was a winter scene on one particular summer picture that I had taken. It was my first attempt at this technique and followed a You Tube tutorial on how to do it. Will post up the before and after pictures and comments,good or bad more than welcome. :sun:

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John

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Very cool John,

Nice use of photoshop.

No photoshopping of your fish allowed though! ;)

Dammit, here goes my only hope of showing off [emoji12]

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Dammit, here goes my only hope of showing off [emoji12]

Very cool John,

Nice use of photoshop.

No photoshopping of your fish allowed though! ;)

Have not Photoshopped a fish yet - or have I ???? :sun:

John

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Snatcher. The concept is good. I'd like to see the results of it applied to a range of different thematic photos. So there's a challenge for you. Cheers, Big Neil.

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Apart from angling and photography I do enjoy watching football. For my sins I follow Newcastle united FC :sun: One of their best ever managers was Sir Bobby Robson. I did not like where his statue was situated in the ground so decdided to move it myself !!!!

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I think its an improvement anyway :sun:

John

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I will have to get into Photoshop so much to make your photos come to life 

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After paying mega money every two years for the full pro version of Photoshop it now no longer supports my newest camera unless I pay a monthly subscription to the cloud, so it's now been dropped by me and I simply use the free supplied software which basicly crops and adjusts small variants.

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On ‎11‎/‎13‎/‎2014 at 12:45 AM, snatcher said:

First started messing around using Photoshop about 8 years ago. I had no training and just muddled along making lots of mistakes in the early years. I bought a few books on the jubject which did help and i also watched tutorials on You Tube - there are loads of good ones on there :sun:

What I wanted to create was a winter scene on one particular summer picture that I had taken. It was my first attempt at this technique and followed a You Tube tutorial on how to do it. Will post up the before and after pictures and comments,good or bad more than welcome. :sun:

post-34124-0-86668100-1415799841_thumb.jpg

post-34124-0-88161800-1415799910_thumb.jpg

John

What version of photoshop are you using snatcher?

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CS6 ? Sorry about the delay in replying mate !!!!

Does anyone ever use "colourpicking" ? Just wondering.  It does not work on many images in my opinion.  Do you think it works on this one ?

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John. That is a brilliant shot. I have seen it before, have you any new shots ?.

Frank

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Here you go Frank a few more with the same technique.  The Angel of the North,I think it works well on this one.  Was asked to colour pick out a "wedding bus" at a friends wedding. The same technique again picking out the flowers at our godaughters wedding.

Looking forward to meeting up/fishing with you again mate.

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John

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John. They all look great, remember driving past the " angle of the north " a few times, brings back fond memories.

Frank

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Yes Frank,the "Angel of the North" has grown on us Geordies ? Back over to oz in less than 4 month now,bring it on.

John

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