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STORMY FLIGHT - created by jcfreak6363


STORMY FLIGHT
Favs: 0SBS: 4Hi-resRank: 12/12Score: 48.6% (0)5155 views

1st-removed chimney
2nd-Inserted jet wing pic
3rd-removed BG from jet wing
4th-Added photo filter adjustment layer
5th-Made rain effect above all layers
6th-Merged all layers then Image/Adjustments/Black&White (5 years and 2448 days ago)

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author says:

I realize there are 6 steps in the description and only 4 steps in the SBS but you get the gist of it. Hope I spelled gist" right

avatar greymval
greymval says:

You could use the bouncing raindrops (light color) to create more contrast, paint them on the upper side of the plaine which should also be lighter, so that we can distinguish the form of the plain easier. I also think that cropping the image would help the composition - too much useless space right now

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stormy sea - created by Se7eN0f9


stormy sea
Favs: 1SBS: n/aHi-resRank: 12/12Score: 54.5% (0)11339 views

(5 years and 2484 days ago)

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avatar MossyB
MossyB says:

The lighting is inconsistent. There are shadows on the bird, but none on the woman, and the umbrella shows no real lighting at all.

avatar Christy
Christy says:

I recommend flipping the bird and girl around to face the lightening to help correct the lighting issues...Best of Luck author

avatar greymval
greymval says:

I agree, flipping it would make the lighting issue easier to correct.

author says:

thx for the tips, i flipped the image and put some light on some places hope its ok now

avatar erathion
erathion says:

This is very nice dramatic image...best of luck author

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Stormy evening - created by PSA2009


Stormy evening
Favs: 0SBS: n/aHi-resRank: 7/12Score: 57.7% (0)4109 views

Putting various images together using a few techniques, i have created this fantasy looking stormy evening. Sources stated below. Much thanx to Flickr.com (5 years and 2781 days ago)

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avatar Mozzafan07

I really like this, I think the castles edges could do with a little softening where it meets the sky, I only really noticed it when zoomed in on high res. I hope this does well GL

avatar youri2323
youri2323 says:

WAUW AMAZING, GL author!!!!

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klyde says:

beautifull

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kathyw says:

nice

avatar Kid
Kid says:

nice blend on castle

avatar lchappell
lchappell says:

nice

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avinash [banned] says:

good effort.

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Stormy - created by Palaekman


Stormy
Favs: 0SBS: n/aHi-resRank: 12/12Score: 55.1% (0)7226 views

Tools: Motion blur, fibers, brightness/contrast, hue/saturation, warp. (5 years and 2975 days ago)

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avatar OliviasArts

your statue is rather bright considering her surroundings...if you give the water a bit more highlight then just darken the left side of her body a bit more you might get away with it goodluck anyway

avatar ponti55
ponti55 says:

What i suggest, instead of darkening the statue, brighten up the background, because now it's way too dark. Another suggestion would be to add a few splashes around the statue to make it look like a real storm. Good luck!

avatar Tuckinator

i totally disagree with ponti (sorry ponti) but im sure what the author was aiming for was a dark and stormy look right author! i think you should let the image fly like it is because its fantastic! and theres nothing wrong with it! oh BTW im adding this image to my favorites list!

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