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Pentax MX 50mm, Kodak E100 slide film, cross processed C-41. Scanned w/ Nikon 9000. Flipped/doubled background and hood reflection w-Photoshop.

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LMAO............... :D

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I think I understand the point, but... why?

Edited by sjordan2

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I never noticed before how a catfish has such a "Jaguaresque" grille! :lol:

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:lol::lol::lol:Yikes! :lol::lol::lol:

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Nice picture Scott. Harry, you funny :lol: And, correct sir!

Edited by Speedfreak

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Great photo Scott. The surface of the hood really stands out with the reflections. Post more...........

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Verty nicely done. I need to learn more about how to do reflected surfaces in P-Shop. I think one could spend the rest of their days learning to control layers in that program...

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Verty nicely done. I need to learn more about how to do reflected surfaces in P-Shop. I think one could spend the rest of their days learning to control layers in that program...

It's actually a lot easier than you think. I could teach you the basics of PS layers in less than an hour. Actually, learning the ABCs of PS isn't hard at all. What is confusing and daunting is the sheer number of different tools, effects, filters, and functions that PS offers. I've been using PS more or less every day for well over 20 years, and there are still functions that I either don't really understand, have rarely or ever used, or don't even know exist!

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...What is confusing and daunting is the sheer number of different tools, effects, filters, and functions that PS offers. I've been using PS more or less every day for well over 20 years, and there are still functions that I either don't really understand, have rarely or ever used, or don't even know exist!

PS has a hige amount of redunancy in it, which is one reason various processes are so complex and just ... sprawling... Not that that's a bad thing, actually, because each of us approach a problem from our own perspective and PS, at this point, offers various ways to "get you there". The variety of tools offers a pretty good chance that you'll encounter what you require, one way or another. What impressed me most about the reflections on the Jag was how they conform to the contour of the fender surfaces. Nicely done indeed!

Edited by Bernard Kron

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Thanks again guys....!

I'm a self taught Photoshop'er. One of the things I used to teach myself was "Adobe Photoshop CS6 for Photographers" by Martin Evening (I've upgraded his book each time I upgraded PS, I started with PS-5).

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