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Almost Gone
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Copyright: Tricia Treen (ttreen) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 1317 W: 129 N: 3792] (15759)
Genre: Places
Medium: Color
Date Taken: 2008-03-28
Categories: Nature
Camera: Nikon D40X, 18-200mm AF-S DX VR Nikkor, Promaster 72mm UV Filter
Exposure: f/5.6, 1/60 seconds
More Photo Info: [view]
Photo Version: Original Version, Workshop
Date Submitted: 2008-04-01 12:47
Viewed: 1376
Points: 24
[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note
here is another snap of my inside Mini-daffodils... a few days ago I noticed this one breaking the pack and dropping down... the BG was my water color.. looked really good! Sun was out the bottle was blue.. would look nice! RIGHT? nope the BG came out very shiny and rough looking... Our OUTSIDE ones are just starting to break the soil!

SO pp work went like this..... used my magic wand to select the BG took some time.. but kept adding each tiny selection! used the BIG, Square, Black brush to color the BG... to make sure (I HOPE) I did not forget any sections I lightened the shot and saw a few missed or lighter sections.. took the black brush again and tried my best to fill in the sections!

TRIED AND TRIED to get a thin yellow frame about 1/2 inch from the edges.. NO luck.. if anyone knows how to do this in Elements or Photofilter I'd love the tip!
flipped right to left... size and guess what NO upload issues... so just like I was thinking yesterdays post was all my fault! ;)

MagdalenaN, shelbeesmom, vandana2923, boomcat, Silke, coquelicot79, gnada, PierreFrigon, kokos101 has marked this note useful
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Hello Tricia
wonderful presentation, excellent background, beautiful.....
Magda

Very nice Tricia! Making frames is super hard... but I would isolate the edges of the flower that you want to have OVER the frame, then come back in the add 5 point yellow line, then add 20 point black line, the past the flower OVER the top, back in place...that's how I do it!
Good deal here!
B-)
Linda

Great composition, outstanding colours against the background. fine work and well done. TFS regards h

hello Tricia,

all i see beautiful shot here.. yellow flower always make me noticed first.. if not now later.. :)

wonderful capture here.. simply lovely.

have a nice week.

tfs, terry

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  • Silke Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 2572 W: 237 N: 6132] (24044)
  • [2008-04-01 14:40]

There must be way of framing in layers?

Great composition, superb deep colours
TFS
silke

Bonsoir Tricia,
I suppose to have done what you wished to obtain for your photography, I hope to have understood well because I don't speak English and I'm afraid that the translator makes of the errors of translation, if that doesn't you want, sorry.
I have make a good PPwork

Look my worshop and my explanations, please, thanks.
Amitiés, Corinne

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  • gnada Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 2538 W: 70 N: 4788] (22221)
  • [2008-04-01 20:40]

Hi
- It's just amazing capture!
- It's a great job in any way...
- It's well done, well presented...
Bravo, George

My favorite flower :) good pp work Tricia, it would have been even better without flash, flash highlights are distracting in any photo.. thanks

aK

Hi Tricia,

Beautiful presentation . .
Striking yellow flowers on dark BG . .
You did great PP work my dear friend

Tfs,
TJutjut

Hello Tricia,
Nice POV and details.
My mini daffodils are still not bloomed yet. TFS
Vandana
later

Wonderful capture.
And good work on the BG.
For the yellow frame, did you try to draw a line around?
Don't know elements, but it must have a drawing tool.
TFS
Pierre

hi tricia!
wonderful composition and great view, i like it.
tfs
zoran

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