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Uploaded: 02/20/04 6:55 PM GMT
Ucluelet island tutorial
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Another Test with Mayne's 'Ucluelet Island' Say me what you think... ;-) All credit to the original picture goes to Mayne!

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+ppigeon
02/20/04 7:02 PM GMT
Editing:
1) + 10% luminosity
2) I played with the 'density' tool to lighten water at right and at left in the bottom
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"Violence is the last resort of the incompetent" (I. Asimov)
::mayne
02/20/04 7:10 PM GMT
Yes, I like this better Pierre...wow! This would would be more along the lines of what Teresa had mentioned! Thanks for the eye opener Pierre:-)
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::kjh000
02/20/04 7:32 PM GMT
Hehe. Your PS skills are great my friend. :) Very nice subtle changes. I'm not familiar with where to find these two editing tools. Where would luminousity and density be located in the menu tree. (Eg Image> Adjustments> Photo Filter... [etc] I thought the density you talked about was in that location. (I did a search in the PS help on density.) I need details. Lots of it too. ^_^ Or else I will just know that you can do cool things with PS... I allready know that. :D

10% luminosity is a good start but if I don't know where I can apply it from... Then I'm as lost as I was in the beginning. (I'll do a search again... but it's better to hear it from the master himself I think. ;-) My experience so far with PS is that it's possible to do very similar things with extremely similar result using very different tools... So I'd rather not guess too much. I'll get lost in the manuals. (Hehe. Maybe I actually should read them but I never do that. Go figure... :D)
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::mayne
02/20/04 7:49 PM GMT
I think he is referring to bightness and contrast Klas?
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"Next week there can't be any crisis. My schedule is already full." - Henry Kissinger
::kjh000
02/20/04 8:19 PM GMT
Ok... but I can think of at least three more places where brightness (or lightness) can be adjusted. (If that is what is meant with luminosity.Sorry but since I don't speak english natively the terminology can ge confusing for me.) I don't know if there's a difference between the differnt ways too. Sorry I'm just being curious and keen to learn more about PS. :)
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+ppigeon
02/21/04 8:48 AM GMT
Excuse me for my bad explanations...
1) Luminosity = brightness (Menu -> Image -> Adjust -> Brightness/contrast
2) In the tool menu (at left on the screen), you've a tool named "dodge tool".
-> If you clik left, you have a circle at the place of the mouse. Applyng this circle on a picture can lighten a part of it. You can choose the size of the circle just in the bottom of the main menu
-> If you clik right, you can choose 3 tools. The "burn tool" is just the opposite of the "dodge tool". The "sponge tool" can locally desaturate the color

Hehe... Klas: I've the same problem with this bl... english... :-D
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::kjh000
02/21/04 11:24 AM GMT
Thank you so much Pierre. That was just what I needed. :) I understand much better what you did now.
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bjb
09/28/04 4:22 AM GMT
I just found this Pierre. I much prefer this rework. I also like how you show both images on one page. Did you ever upload a version of this I could use on my desktop?
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There are two ways to spread the light. To be the candle or the mirror that reflects it. -Edith Wharton
+ppigeon
09/28/04 6:21 AM GMT
Aaargh! I don't keep it on my HD....... Sorry BJ.
Glad you like it ;-)
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bjb
09/28/04 6:26 AM GMT
It's okay. ;( I like Darryl's too. ;)
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There are two ways to spread the light. To be the candle or the mirror that reflects it. -Edith Wharton

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