The later though I think a simple ghosting would work better.
Chris,I wish I had the patience to learn the tricks of photo-gizmometry. It looks as though you're having fun!I'd choose the third one?Trulyfool
Cooper,I'll try the ghosting and see what it's like.
Trulyfool,Mostly it's fun, but my patience does wear a bit thin at times.
For me, it's the wavy first one. It's fun watching you play with this new tool of yours!
Chris, I'm sorry but I am distracted by the great photo in general. But of the two techniques,I prefer the third.
Christi,I'm enjoying it; sometimes I look up and several hours have passed.
Cheri,That's the danger with photoshop - not everything needs alteration. I've been keeping the originals and playing with copies.
the middle one is my favorite. like how it isolates and plays.yes, the more I play with photoshop the more I realize the value of conceiving of the shot well and nailing the lighting so well to not need photoshop. but still, play for its own sake or for fun is fun.
Pearl,I was a film photographer for so much longer than I've been digital that the lighting and composition are always first consideration.It comes as a shock at times when I realize that I can just capture something for an element in it to be used later - but that is actually quite fun, as you say.
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