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Old 04-09-2012, 14:13   #31
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Re: images i have played with

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lol, should have just looked up, both hands in the air, "englishmen & Chains eh?" and carried on.

but can you see how they catch the light so much more, and show "the metal"
Of the 2 I prefer the 2nd one -more variation in colour -the 1st one looks like a box of sausages!

Please feel free to frame them if you like them -for the other one I'm not sure -I'm pretty useless at using photoscape -only do simple things. If you fancy a go that's fine!
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Old 04-09-2012, 19:40   #32
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What I would like to do with the scaffolding scrap metal one is make it B&W like the Wainwright effect one at the beginning of this thread and then just keep in the blue coiled wire -had a look but I don't know where to start! Anyone any ideas?
Open the photo up in photoscape, choose tools, then effect brush. You can then convert to either B & W or sepi using the mouse. To get around the small details choose the smallest brush and zoom in on the picture, and there you have it , the worlds your lobster.
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