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Sunday, August 13, 2006


A friend of mine has just taught me about the "duo-tone" function in Photoshop CS2. I was planning to post this in B&W but I think the duo-tone of the bark colouring is much more effective.


Blogger Manuel Tendero Gil said...

hola estupendas fotos un saludo

8/14/2006 8:38 PM  
Blogger Reeholio said...

I don't speak Spanish, but thanks to Babel Fish I can translate it now.


8/15/2006 9:47 PM  
Blogger Mimi Lenox said...

Your photos are awesome!

8/17/2006 9:28 AM  
Blogger Dave said...

That's great stuff man, I like this one.

8/18/2006 12:15 PM  
Blogger Chad Oneil said...

They did remind me a little of UFO's before I even seen the caption.

8/26/2006 5:02 PM  
Blogger Wingnut said...

So funny, we have one of these things (or something very similar) in a playground at our local zoo, I always found it interesting, but couldn't get the right photograph of it, too many colors on it and it was distracting, what a great idea to turn it sepia! Now WHY didn't I think of that! Great job. Cyndie

9/01/2006 4:22 AM  
Blogger Matt D said...

That duo-tone effect is really amazing.

Digital Life

9/05/2006 1:56 AM  
Blogger Reeholio said...

Hi guys, thanks for all your feedback.

I chose Sepia to change what was an 'alright' photo into something that contrasted better than just the black swings on brown bark.

9/14/2006 5:41 PM  
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