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Amateur Photoshopper

A few things I did in Photoshop which represent my search for interesting effects.
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This is a "before" shot, taken by my brother Tony. It's of Wenceslas Square, Prague and, as you can see, is full of people. While learning to use Photoshop, I removed all the people. Check out the "After" shot on this board.

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A shot of Birmingham City University made into a 'planet',

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"A Road Nearby" Sepia treatment with the buildings 'popped'.

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This image was taken at the church of Saints Peter and Paul in Aston, Birmingham. I was converting it (!) into a watercolour-effect when I noticed it would make a decent Christmas card. Help yourself if it's useful.

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I may have mentioned that I like to paint. I know - I'm colourblind - so I have to choose images where I can clearly see the colours, otherwise they end up looking shitty. This was a photo of a church in Sedgley which I altered to look like an oil painting as a guide for me when it came time to paint it.

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"Warp Speed" Having 'mislaid' my tripod since moving house, I now tend to use available objects on which to rest my camera - hence the tilted aspect to this shot. This was about a thirty second exposure, during which, a van shot down the street creating this nice light trail.

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"Catholic Lane" This is a pano shot assembled from three photos. I managed to get the tone right between the shots but there remains a dividing line if you look closely.

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"Back Of The Clifton, Sedgley" The Faux-HDR process brings out the brickwork nicely. I had to snap this - I love the row of bins and the chimney - many ways out of the bar!

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This process has certainly brought out detail in the shadows and it really brings a bland sky to life. For some reason, this looks like an advertisement photo from years ago.

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I tried this faux-HDR effect on various photos. This is Ladies Walk in Sedgley. Works nice on stone walls.

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