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Old 11-24-2018, 09:36 AM
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Re: Digital Manipulation Challenge XIV, The Polar Express 1225

Lorell, another nice one! Speed train! Does not look like it will stop in town!! Thanks Rich. What shingle??
I did a quick play with Lorell's wonderful train shot!!

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Old 11-24-2018, 10:32 AM
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Lorell, just fantastic, luv it! The color saturation and sky color really makes it pop.

Ohh another good one Natalie! I really like the smoke. The three lights in the BG add interest.

"Hanging out a shingle" is an old term meaning when a professional comes to town he/she rents space and has a sign made advertising his/her skill and hangs it on the building. Many look like a large shingle. You see these a lot in old western movies. A form of advertising.
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"Hang out one's shingle was originally used especially for lawyers"
That's what I always thought it meant. LOL! Thank you for the compliment!!
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Really like this, Natalie. Good use of darks and lights.
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Re: Digital Manipulation Challenge XIV, The Polar Express 1225

What I like about most of these manips is that they all look realistic, just maybe taken at different times of the day or by different photographers, etc.

Thanks Natalie and Rich.
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Re: Digital Manipulation Challenge XIV, The Polar Express 1225

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Well, I did a little shopping tonight and got a great Black Friday deal from Topaz. I upgraded my Topaz Studio and used some of the new adjustments to create the image below.

This was a stationary shot made to look like "she was a movin' " .


My favorite.. well done!
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Re: Digital Manipulation Challenge XIV, The Polar Express 1225

Ran this thru two Deep Dream filters then enhanced in Fotor a bit.

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Good one Dave! Looks like an oil painting to me!
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Good one Dave! Looks like an oil painting to me!

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Re: Digital Manipulation Challenge XIV, The Polar Express 1225

Thanks for spoiling me Daveincarthage.

I like that it is an abstract but intact enough that all the details are still there. The sides of the engine look smooth and metallic still. I'm loving all the colors that it used. It sort of looks like an animation figure in a way. Look, you can still see the number 1225 perfectly. Does it take a long time to process. I watched one video that said, depending on which manip you pick, it could take a while to process.


Thanks for your comment on my "It's a MOVIN' " rendition.


Natalie, that is great. Those three headlights in the back ground really are cool and help convince me that it truly is night time.
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Re: Digital Manipulation Challenge XIV, The Polar Express 1225

Thank you, Lorell.
Dave, that is pretty cool! Love it! But I think it changed the # to 1226, LOL! Oh, and it looks like a bunch of goblins riding atop the train. Funny!
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Thanks for spoiling me Daveincarthage.

I like that it is an abstract but intact enough that all the details are still there. The sides of the engine look smooth and metallic still. I'm loving all the colors that it used. It sort of looks like an animation figure in a way. Look, you can still see the number 1225 perfectly. Does it take a long time to process. I watched one video that said, depending on which manip you pick, it could take a while to process.


I've never had one take more than 3-4 minutes. Sometimes you will spend a couple minutes in a queue waiting your turn. There are some advanced settings that may take longer.
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Re: Digital Manipulation Challenge XIV, The Polar Express 1225

Nothing fancy here, just a basic vintage look. I may go back and try some different things later... lots of Topaz filters to play with.


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I like how your filters brought out so much of the details. Thanks for joining us, Don.
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Re: Digital Manipulation Challenge XIV, The Polar Express 1225

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Nothing fancy here, just a basic vintage look. I may go back and try some different things later... lots of Topaz filters to play with.

Maybe, but I really like it!
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