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    Re: December: 24 Daily Photo Contests

  • More info [url=http://www.pxleyes.com/courses/:1r9ibw0e]here[/url:1r9ibw0e].

  • from: robvdn

  • [attachment=0:1m7tbiru]233.gif[/attachment:1m7tbiru] [size=150:1m7tbiru][b:1m7tbiru][color=#00BF00:1m7tbiru]SORRY I'M SO LATE[/color:1m7tbiru][/b:1m7tbiru][/size:1m7tbiru] :ymblushing: [size=200:1m7tbiru][b:1m7tbiru][color=#FF00BF:1m7tbiru]HOPE YOU HAD A GREAT DAY![/color:1m7tbiru][/b:1m7tbiru][/size:1m7tbiru]

  • from: spaceranger

  • I was browsing the tutorials on this site and I noticed that some of them encourage people to submit their interpretation of it... EG... http://www.pxleyes.com/photoshop-contes ... ctice.html "Study the tutorial and submit your interpretation of it." I am wondering if that is an ongoing thing for years on end and if so where do people submit their interpretation of the tutorial if they try it?

  • from: skyangel

  • I am having a problem with posting replies to comments. When I send a reply or comment it sometimes ends up as two of the same message being posted and I can't even delete the duplicated one. The duplicates are annoying but I am not doing it on purpose.

  • from: skyangel

  • The year I saw the moon with an orange tint, was 2014. I was in Melbourne at the time. It was the year of the moon eclipse and even then, the sky was too cloudy to see it very clearly and I got no decent photos of it. I think its a matter of being in the right place at the right time with a good clear sky to get a good moon photo and if we want to capture a yellow or orange moon it has to be in a polluted area if the web sites are telling the truth about air pollution causing the tint.

  • from: skyangel

  • Looks Great. :-D

  • from: skyangel

  • Thanks Madamemonty.... Ichappell.... for your wishes on my birthday, it is a little late, but it is better now than never.... I appreciate it. :-)

  • from: George55

  • Thanks Rob, Had a wonderful day, weather like summer and finished with a lovely dinner with the family. [attachment=0:2efjfjz1]161019-195109.jpg[/attachment:2efjfjz1]

  • from: friiskiwi

  • Hello all, I've uploaded some images I would like to alter, please do not change the outfit or the model, you are free to do anything else. Add some magic to it. My computer is down and will be for a while #:-S I would really appreciate the help. Theses pictures are needed for my website http://www.shelliebellie.com If you can help msg me if you have any question, maybe we can make this a contest. Thanks so much Michelle I guess no help 10/16/16

  • from: darkshellie23

  • [quote="BeSea":2bltalw4]It's been awhile since I asked if a slide show to view entries before voting was possible. It would save a lot of scrolling and page loading for that first impression run through. Just wondering if any more has been considered :-) and/or if it is possible to implement?[/quote:2bltalw4] But...in a slide show you don't get to pick the order in which you view the images, and each frame of the slide show has to load a page anyway. Just sayin'...

  • from: CMYK46

  • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pd9ihDYLiJk

  • from: lchappell

  • HDR and Double Exposure are two different things, although they do both involve multiple photos. HDR is in relation to exposure. Double Exposure is in relation to content and composition.

  • from: kyricom

  • While we are on the subject of moon photography, can anyone tell me how to get a photo similar to the contest silhouette example on the moon photography contest with just one photo? My max zoom lens is 55-200mm. I find it impossible to get anything silhouetted against a decent sized moon with that lens. The only way I can get the moon to look big in my photos is to crop the sky away in post processing. What amount of zoom is needed to make the moon look big and the silhouette against it look small? I suspect a very expensive telephoto lens is most likely needed. With the lens I have, I have no option but to take two photos and resize the silhouette smaller to make it look good against the moon.

  • from: skyangel

  • Congrats Bob

  • from: robvdn

  • [quote="skyangel":2zom5t0e] May I ask why ?[/quote:2zom5t0e] Sure :-) Guess you want an answer also... Neither the drawing and 3D contests had a lot of entries at the ending. With the restart we wanted to concentrate on photography an Photoshop contests, since they where the most popular and we as a community are best at them.

  • from: robvdn

  • :YMAPPLAUSE: :YMAPPLAUSE: :YMHUG:

  • from: patty

  • I found a little spelling mistake and I fixed it. Sorry.

  • from: patty

  • Hi All. My name is Acun. You can find my Photoshop Tutorials [url:139v50kk]http://repixel.blogspot.com/[/url:139v50kk] :smile: :smile:

  • from: acun

  • Hi, I am new to the forums and just finding my way around.

  • from: skyangel

  • :o Awesome! If I were you, I would like [url=http://www.watermark-software.com/adjust-color-tone.html:16houl2b]tone picture[/url:16houl2b] to red, which can get more sense to the photo topic. :YMHUG:

  • from: DavidBob

  • Happy Birthday James, have a great day and enjoy! [img:3aoth3v0]https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/564x/c0/96/5b/c0965b335fb282aeac511a8cc3239d4b.jpg[/img:3aoth3v0]

  • from: robvdn

  • Yep, :-D , funny to play. Surprise to see that the Youtubes are not adding [url=http://www.video-watermark.com/:1lhezcxe]video watermark[/url:1lhezcxe].

  • from: DavidBob

  • V1.1.0: 'Third party use of entries' added.

  • from: robvdn

  • Impressive! How do you record their life without letting them know. :lol: A symbol of eagle image on the video (eagle [url=http://www.video-watermark.com/:sodoi12e]video watermark[/url:sodoi12e]) will brand the video more meaningful.

  • from: DavidBob

  • Hi Guys, very unfortunate to say that though it has been almost 3 years now since "PXL on Tour", I haven't received the Tshirt. :(( :(( :(( Can you let me know the courier number or something which we can track.

  • from: iquraishi

  • The link for [b:15pe8l5v]The Beginners Guide[/b:15pe8l5v]: http://www.pxleyes.com/courses/guide/ This link should be used for all warnings since it covers the most important subjects.

  • from: spaceranger

  • No new tutorials are being reviewed / approved ATM, sorry about that.

  • from: robvdn

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  • from: robvdn

  • Rest in peace my friend

  • from: orientallad

  • Oh, my. :o I can't even get the gist of the photo. And as the most expensive photo, there are no [url=http://www.watermark-software.com/how-to-add-signature-to-picture.html:1vja6068]photo signature[/url:1vja6068] on it is another surprise. :o What if others steal the photo?

  • from: DavidBob