batalay (34123) 2011-09-30 18:47:44This is May Jayne's workshop on the original photo. I am very grateful to her for the time and creativity. She explains, "I have used the Perspective tool to adjust the perspective slightly in order to be able to crop the picture better. Then I chose to frame it with the colours that are flashing across the screen savers."
batalay (34123) 2011-09-11 07:09:17The array of newspapers following 9-11, with their outraged headlines are seen behind the mangled TV-antenna from the top of one of the World Trade Center buildings. The people, all strangers to me, were touring the Newseum.
Qeenmary (0) 2011-08-24 10:30:15First I applied the lens correction filter to fix the vertical distorsion problem and then I corrected the histogram and applied curves, levels and shadows/highlights. Finally, and after reducing the noise, I resharpened and framed the image.
salmon (26) 2011-07-06 01:55:14Hello Bulent,
Your original shot is excellent! I was drawn specifically to the flowers and reflection in foreground and cropped to a more vertical to bring the sun, reflection, and oleander in line.
batalay (34123) 2011-06-25 04:14:29Renoir painted his "Summer Landscape" in 1873. As much as he liked to paint little girls, he might have preferred the two little girls to the woman with a parasol had he seen them. But then, he might have placed them more prominently, and them face the viewer.
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