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The Question:
from Dennis C.
on 3/14/2012 10:35:28 AM
 Wow! how'd you do that?

I really like your work Lydia. What software did you use to do your graphics pieces?

 
Previous Response:
from Lydia L.
on 3/14/2012 11:31:10 AM
 Hi, Dennis,

Thank you for for visiting my gallery:) I use Photoshop. If you have more questions, I would be happy to respond!

Lydia

 
Previous Response:
from Dennis C.
on 3/14/2012 2:23:48 PM
 Lydia,
What do you do in Photoshop to create an image like "Classical"? Just what do you do in general...

Your photos and images are great!

Thanks,
Dennis

 
Previous Response:
from Lydia L.
on 3/14/2012 4:15:35 PM
 Dennis,
On "Classical" I began with a picture of a bouquet of flowers. Then I used an add on filter by Flaming Pear Software. The add on filter I used was Flexify 2. I also changed some of the colors by going to "IMAGE->ADJUSTMENTS-> REPLACE COLOR. The colors in classical are not the same as the colors of the bouquet I shot. Flexify 2 has inspired several of my works, "Beachy" being my very favorite! I also use some Nik filters and Topaz labs filters. There are also artistic filters that come with PS. And also choosing unique blending modes creates some cool stuff.

It is a real blast to work on these kind of things, and very satisfying when I finally get one the way I want it!

They have some great Photoshop classes here. I have taken all of them offered by jim Zuckerman. If you are really interested, you might considering taking one or more of those!
Lydia

 
Previous Response:
from Dennis C.
on 3/14/2012 8:37:01 PM
 Thanks again Lydia for answering my question. It's amazing what Photoshop filters can do in the right hands.

I'm new to Better Photo and I'm taking a course with Jim Zuckerman on Developing Your Creative Artistic Vision. So far so good

Thanks again!
Dennis Cottongim

 
Previous Response:
from Dennis C.
on 4/6/2012 4:31:20 AM
 I appreciate your critiques Lydia. I used a NIK filter Tonal Contrast filter on the wedge shaped building. It brought out the color and detail.
 
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