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Uploaded: 12/17/04 10:49 PM GMT
Golden Gate RW
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With Majkl20's authorisation, I propose a reworked verson of his Golden gate. 1) I rotated a little to level the horizon line 2) I cropped the picture to avoid the concrete at left 3) A little colors and contrast correction. What do you think ? :-)

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+mayne
12/18/04 1:04 AM GMT
Very nice rework Pierre. Removing the concrete has sure brought the focal point to the bridge. Good work:-)
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Darryl
::JOHANNA
12/18/04 7:19 AM GMT
Please respect someone's original work even when a rework can look better. This my idea.
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+ppigeon
12/18/04 10:39 AM GMT
Joost: I asked (and received) permission from the author. Didn't you understand the meaning of the 'Rework' gallery ?!?!
On the 'Portofino RW' you wrote " I am not a specialist, but i think ,it's a beautiful manip.Well done,Pierre". What changed?

Thanks Darryl ... ;-)
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-Pierre-
heidlerr
12/18/04 12:34 AM GMT
Nice rework on a beautiful image. Well done.
Russ
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::JOHANNA
12/18/04 12:37 AM GMT
That other is from 3 month ago, Mr. Pigeon, but my idea is that the original should stay, ideas can changes during that time.
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BURNINGICE
12/18/04 2:59 PM GMT
Credit I would say goes to both the creator and editor, both helped make the picture, did they not?
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+ppigeon
12/18/04 3:16 PM GMT
Thanks Russ & Tyler. Congratulations go to Majkl20 for his beautiful capture :-)
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-Pierre-
::mia04
12/20/04 6:43 PM GMT
I like both images!
And, being just a beginner, I find reworks very useful to see what can be done with more or less simple means to alter a picture - it's a way of "learning by seeing".
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andrew_737
05/13/05 2:10 AM GMT
Nice rework. Taking the shot in a little bit defitily helped helped the focal point. Nice job to both the original photographer, and the rework artist
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NvrRains
05/13/05 5:18 AM GMT
You really brought the bridge itself out, very nice!
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O_o
07/21/05 1:04 PM GMT
Much better than the original, and a fantastic shot from Majkl20! Good thing that the concrete on the left is now gone.
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O_o | o_O Looking in the Mirror
mijul
09/12/05 7:40 PM GMT
The rework shifts the focus to the bridge. However, now we have a chain floating in mid-air. Possible solutions: crop from the bottom, clone the water over it, bring back the concrete post, live with it. What do you think?
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+ppigeon
09/13/05 7:36 AM GMT
Yes. You're right about the "floating chain". But the view of the pier at bottom-left shows an attach between the chain and the ground. You can do a RWbis with your own ideas! That's the interest of this gallery. Thanks for your feedback :-)
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-pierre-
::katman
04/03/06 11:53 PM GMT
The concrete was what I call an "eye catcher". It draw the focus away from the main image. By eliminating it, you put all the focus on the bridge. Great shot!! Great rework!! Kudos to both of you!!
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.icedancer
04/21/09 2:35 PM GMT
Fabulous capture of the old Golden Gate, I've been there many times. Boy you sure do travel a lot.
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jbrindle57
06/12/10 10:26 PM GMT
I like the chain. It gives the picture depth, I think. Nice job on a rework of an already good pic
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