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  • Flaming Pear

    I've been playing around with some of the Flaming Pear filters lately and I thought that I'd put a few up here for comment.

    #1 Original unedited image.
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    #2 Organic
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    #3 KyotoClick image for larger version

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    #4 Melancholytron.
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    #5 India Ink
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    #6 Infra-red effect done using Photoshop adjustment layer.
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  • #2
    All pretty cool effects John!. I like your edge framing too, perhaps a tad softer with the shadow?
    They all have something different to offer so I don't hace a favourite.
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    • Grumpy John
      Grumpy John commented
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      Thanks for the kind words Isac, my wife really likes the Kyoto version. So much so that she wants me to get a large print done of it.
      I thought that the shadow was a tad intense after I posted the images so I reduced it from75% to 60%, looks much better now.

  • #3
    Spectacular images John. #2, #3 and #5 are the stand-outs for me. The original image is good but the processing gives it quite a lift.
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    • Grumpy John
      Grumpy John commented
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      That is incredibly cheap, what grade paper is he using. The quotes I am getting are for 300g archival quality paper. I will be either making a frame or buying one depending on cost.

    • Isac
      Isac commented
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      He would be using 170GSM paper - good for this type print. I've asked for a quote on the 300GSM archival so I'll send that when he gets back to me. I've known this guy for some time. I use him for all my print jobs since 2017 when I started creating the calendars for Kaarakin Black Cockatoo Conservation Centre. He does excellent work at very competitive prices.

      I'm sure with your woodworking expertise, you'll be able to knock up a unique frame. The hardest part is selecting the right glass - there's so many to choose from.

    • Isac
      Isac commented
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      Sorry John, He will only use 170GSM but it's good quality. He does great work for me and the prices are very competetive.
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