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Composite & Doctored Photos

Discussion in 'Photo Album' started by xgerryx, Apr 15, 2004.

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  1. xgerryx

    xgerryx Thread Starter

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    The Stag has been imported.
     

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  2. TechGuy

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    Great idea! Here's one I did recently...

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  3. hewee

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    Great job Mike :)
     
  4. TechGuy

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    Thanks. :) I don't do that stuff very often, but it's fun and a little relaxing to do so... as I'm sure you know!
     
  5. xgerryx

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    Hey Mike

    How much storage capacity does it take to store all the previous threads and photos
     
  6. Trooper_fan

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    This is the original picture (I hope they don't mind me using it) > Magnolia

    ... and here is my Photoshop fiddle...
     

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  7. hewee

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    Well good to see you did something Mike. Look forwards to more from you. :)

    Trooper_fan this is from the same Magnolia
     

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  8. Trooper_fan

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    WOW hewee that's fantastic, did you use Photoshop to do that?
     
  9. hewee

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    I used Painter to get the Kaleidoscope tile and then used PhotoImpact to put the tiles together.

    The Kaleidoscope in Painter is really cool the way it works because you can pick the tile size and then it make a layer over your image and you can then just move it around real easy to see the effects. Also you can hide the main image so you only see the Kaleidoscope layer.

    Here is one I did with XenoDream to make the ball thing. The background in Bryce and the colors added to it in PhotoImpact.

    See others at Webshots in the effect album in the My Picture link below.
    They are 800x600 but are all over 300KB
     

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  10. Trooper_fan

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    Hewee I have Bryce but have never used it because it looks WWAAAAAYYYYYY too complicated for me... what CAN you use ot for? is it just a landscaping tool or can you make other things with it?
     
  11. hewee

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    Well the main thing is for 3D landscaping but there are 1000's and 1000's of things you can download to add to it. So you can move indoors and have what ever.
    Just play around with it. Here is a site you need to bookmark. http://www.brycetech.com/index.html
    You can go tru the Tutorials there.
     
  12. Trooper_fan

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    Thanks for the link... it's going to take some getting used to but it looks like it could be alot of fun :D

    Here's my latest Photoshop dabble...
     

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  13. hewee

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    Very pretty one Trooper_fan.
     
  14. RT

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    xgerryx, good thread idea. Did you add the moon to that shot as well? If not that's an awesome lens!

    Here's one I had fun with to liven up my granddaughter's fishing trip.
     

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    And no backyard project would be complete without finding a skeleton to put in that closet:)
     

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