Three Geese

Three Geese

Hot on the heels of another photo with a bit of manipulation on the colour comes this one. For this one though, I used the handy cross-process levels adjustment built into CS3. It's really cool. For someone who shoots a lot of slide film, there is always that draw when I take it in to ask them to cross process it. I always chicken out partly because you never know what the results are going to be but mostly it's because the things I shoot - landscapes and such - don't really lend themselves to the effect. The built in adjustments available in CS3 make it safe and easy.

I know, no guts no glory.

Fuji Velvia, scanned, sharpened, cross processed in Photoshop CS3.

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Posted: 2007-01-04 | 22:51





Three Geese

Three Geese

Hot on the heels of another photo with a bit of manipulation on the colour comes this one. For this one though, I used the handy cross-process levels adjustment built into CS3. It's really cool. For someone who shoots a lot of slide film, there is always that draw when I take it in to ask them to cross process it. I always chicken out partly because you never know what the results are going to be but mostly it's because the things I shoot - landscapes and such - don't really lend themselves to the effect. The built in adjustments available in CS3 make it safe and easy.

I know, no guts no glory.

Fuji Velvia, scanned, sharpened, cross processed in Photoshop CS3.

no geodata found

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35mm Focal Length:
Exposure: 0 sec
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Posted: 2007-01-04 | 22:51


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