Home Register · Login 

Search

Recent Photos
1 day  7 days  14 days


Statistics
Users 20,847
Photos 75,522
Comments 268,772
Views 161,684,139

Top Posters
ripper 4408
fungus2 2132
phototoad 1389
Bridget 1243
Amandart 1087


Latest News

 
» Home » Post Your Photos » Nature & Wildlife Slide Show


prev
Voila!
next


Voila!



With Alan's Help. I can now frame these. I even figured out how to put a fancy little signature on it. Smile Thanks Again Alan!


<<
tulip8.jpg
daffodil2.jpg
Framed_Egret001.jpg
Grass_snake_800_5.jpg
Grass_snake_800_4.jpg
>>

robedwcar



See all User Photos

Registered: April 2008
Location: m
Posts: 1,187
  • Pin It
10
Date: Thu May 8, 2008
Views: 2,095
Filesize: 205.5kb
Dimensions: 554 x 558
Keywords: egret
Show EXIF Info




fluffy
Wow!...you are a quick learner, and a great job you did too......if you want to put your signature on your pictures, then about 50% opacity is best, so it does not dominate......well done Rob...SmileAlan
#1 Thu May 8, 2008 3:54am

chappo1
I am waging a one person war on watermarks...in my view they detract from the image by dragging the eye out of the frame...john
We're off to see the Lizard~~the wonderful (sic) Lizard of Oz~~
#2 Thu May 8, 2008 7:26am

phototoad
Well done Rob, Beautiful shot. Maggi
~In His Love~ Maggi D
For I am not ashamed of the gospel of Christ: for it is the power of God unto salvation to every one that believeth; to the Jew first, and also to the Greek.
Romans 1:16
#3 Thu May 8, 2008 11:01am

robedwcar
Thanks Alan, Jon and Maggi. Smile


Hmm.. John, I have not thought of that either. You have a good point though. I wonder, is your purpose to preserve the original image or to eliminate the watermarks from being displayed at all. I'd be interested in hearing your thoughts on this. What about framing?


For the time being, I have found the 50% opacity selection.
-Regards
Robert
#4 Thu May 8, 2008 12:09pm

vjbm
Robert, I usually don't have much of a problem with framing (I do it myself) but on this one I think that bottom with the can, metal and shape of the water is fascinating and critical to the image
and I'm struggling to see it through the frame. Can you put the frame on the outside? This is a beautiful image and makes a strong statement in so many ways about wildlife surviving in our litter and broken structures.
#5 Thu May 8, 2008 2:03pm

robedwcar
Haha. Ok, I agree. I was having a lot of fun when I made the frame last night and went a little overboard. Wink Here is a version with the frame but toned down a bit so as not to take away from the subject. In hindsight, the last one did remind me a little of something you might pick up in a touristy gift shop. :D Thanks again for the suggestions. It has forced me to think a little more about the composition. And I am more happy with this result. Though I will keep the other one for the joy of having something with my initials on it. Smile
-Regards
Robert
#6 Thu May 8, 2008 3:09pm




Photo Sharing Gallery by PhotoPost
Copyright © 2012 All Enthusiast, Inc.

No portion of this page, text, images or code, may be copied, reproduced, published or distributed in any medium without the expressed written permission of the copyright holder.

© Copyright 2003-2013 Photo 360 Limited