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It's been a while since I had a weekend sale . Personal use, Lake Louise.

BTW, this is the first time I used the PS sky replacement tool. The original sky was a flat grey so I used something more dramatic instead.

Hockey player on the frozen Lake Louise in Banff Alberta Canada Stock Photo

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On 12/02/2021 at 10:58, Colblimp said:

Editorial for mid $ - 2E9XD08

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Perfectly illustrates the use of DOF.

 

Allan

 

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1 minute ago, Allan Bell said:

 

Perfectly illustrates the use of DOF.

 

Allan

 

Thanks, Allan, it's my attempt to make people unidentifiable, although I failed miserably! 😂

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2 minutes ago, Colblimp said:

Thanks, Allan, it's my attempt to make people unidentifiable, although I failed miserably! 😂

 

I thought you were trying to make the young lady with the blue covid mask on stand out. I do not consider it to be a failure.

 

Allan

 

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56 minutes ago, Rico said:

It's been a while since I had a weekend sale . Personal use, Lake Louise.

BTW, this is the first time I used the PS sky replacement tool. The original sky was a flat grey so I used something more dramatic instead.

Hockey player on the frozen Lake Louise in Banff Alberta Canada Stock Photo

Need to try the sky replacement!

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1 hour ago, Allan Bell said:

 

I thought you were trying to make the young lady with the blue covid mask on stand out. I do not consider it to be a failure.

 

Allan

 

That's probably what I was trying to do, I guess it's worked.  I wanted to make sure the people at the front of the pic were unrecognisable, which they are.  The pic sold so it can't be so bad!  Thanks for your kind words.

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6 minutes ago, Colblimp said:

That's probably what I was trying to do, I guess it's worked.  I wanted to make sure the people at the front of the pic were unrecognisable, which they are.  The pic sold so it can't be so bad!  Thanks for your kind words.

Remember all that fuss about the police using facial recognition in crowds? That was then, this is now. I guess that idea's a bust, then. Wearing a facemask isn't going to look like suspicious behaviour for years😀

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1 hour ago, BradleyPhoto said:

Need to try the sky replacement!

I was using sky replacement before, (the old fashioned way) but this is a lot quicker.

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Pleased to make a sale of this one (low $$). It's a jetty at Rockingham in the southern suburbs of Perth (Australia) at sunset. It had been a drizzly winter afternoon and I was down that way with my camera gear. I hoped for a bit of sunset colour and it did show up.

 

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London, England, UK: Boy with a Dolphin by David Wynne outside the Mercedes-Benz showroom, Chelsea, London, UK Stock Photo

Low $$ but every little helps!

 

 

Exterior of the former Stockpot restaurant in SOHO, London, UK Stock Photo

Low $$ but every little helps!

 

A deserted Westfield shopping centre in White City in the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham, London, UK Stock Photo

 

Single figures only 😞

 

A security guard outside Deloitte's headquarters campus on Stonecutter Court, London, UK Stock Photo

 

Shame that I'm not on the Deloitte $ scale! Mid $$.

 

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MId $$ Country: Europe ; Usage: Editorial ;  Media: Magazine - print, digital and electronic ;  Print run: up to 50,000 ;  Placement: Inside ;  Start: 15-February-2021 ; End: 15-February-2026

 

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Second sale for me this month, PU for low $$ but I'll take it.

 

Clydesdale horses with cart

 

Pair of Clydesdale horses with cart Stock Photo

 

 

 

Country: Worldwide
Usage: Personal use, Personal prints, cards and gifts. Non-commercial use only, not for resale.
Media: Non-commercial, one time, personal/home use
Start: 14 February 2021
End: 14 February 2026

 

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21 hours ago, Sally R said:

Pleased to make a sale of this one (low $$). It's a jetty at Rockingham in the southern suburbs of Perth (Australia) at sunset. It had been a drizzly winter afternoon and I was down that way with my camera gear. I hoped for a bit of sunset colour and it did show up.

 

sunset-at-val-street-jetty-rockingham-western-australia-2A56X7E.jpg

 

That takes me back a bit I used to fish off that beach with my uncle and cousin 10:30 at night up to my knees in luke warm water :D

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On 13/02/2021 at 09:23, Rico said:

It's been a while since I had a weekend sale . Personal use, Lake Louise.

BTW, this is the first time I used the PS sky replacement tool. The original sky was a flat grey so I used something more dramatic instead.

Hockey player on the frozen Lake Louise in Banff Alberta Canada Stock Photo

 

 

nice..  is this one of your skies, or one of the defaults?  Had some nice cloud formations this week-end so I remembered to take shot for this purpose, now need to go to the thread that tells me how i set that up...   

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1 hour ago, David Pimborough said:

That takes me back a bit I used to fish off that beach with my uncle and cousin 10:30 at night up to my knees in luke warm water :D

Oh wow! I'm guessing you were either living or holidaying there back then? I can imagine it was a peaceful spot to be fishing 10:30 at night. I find it an interesting location for photography as it faces roughly north because of the way the land curves around, whereas in most places in Perth you are looking out west when at the ocean. So I think it would be a good sunrise spot as well because you kind of have the sun rising to your right but casting light across in front of you and potentially colouring any clouds that might be there.

 

I can see you are in North Wales. My highest % of ancestry is Welsh and I'd like to visit there one day. I'd love to see Snowdonia and that general area. My relatives who were Jones's (no surprise there for Welsh people) were from Swansea, so would be interesting to see down there as well. My Welsh great grandmother had 16 babies!

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52 minutes ago, Sally R said:

Oh wow! I'm guessing you were either living or holidaying there back then? I can imagine it was a peaceful spot to be fishing 10:30 at night. I find it an interesting location for photography as it faces roughly north because of the way the land curves around, whereas in most places in Perth you are looking out west when at the ocean. So I think it would be a good sunrise spot as well because you kind of have the sun rising to your right but casting light across in front of you and potentially colouring any clouds that might be there.

 

I can see you are in North Wales. My highest % of ancestry is Welsh and I'd like to visit there one day. I'd love to see Snowdonia and that general area. My relatives who were Jones's (no surprise there for Welsh people) were from Swansea, so would be interesting to see down there as well. My Welsh great grandmother had 16 babies!

 

I spent three months there on my way to New Zealand they lived in Cooloongup and while there I used to spend a lot of time on the beach and mooching around Rockingham, Fremantle and Perth  :).  I took a bike with me and cycled up and down that beach often.

 

Though spending Xmas there in 38 degree heat was novel :D

 

16 babies?! Well there was a tendency for large families back in the day my great grandmother (from Anglesey) had 13 😵

 

 

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3 hours ago, meanderingemu said:

 

 

nice..  is this one of your skies, or one of the defaults?  Had some nice cloud formations this week-end so I remembered to take shot for this purpose, now need to go to the thread that tells me how i set that up...   

It was one of my own skies. The Adobe ones were too dramatic and I needed something more realistic. I am going to start shooting more skies soon to add to that folder.

Thankyou for the compliment🙂

This YouTube guy does a great advanced tutorial. It helped me quite a bit.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cdjsUlOxvrU&t=13s

 

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On 13/02/2021 at 08:23, Rico said:

It's been a while since I had a weekend sale . Personal use, Lake Louise.

BTW, this is the first time I used the PS sky replacement tool. The original sky was a flat grey so I used something more dramatic instead.

Hockey player on the frozen Lake Louise in Banff Alberta Canada Stock Photo

Nice...I am going to miss this place.

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8 minutes ago, MandyD said:

Nice...I am going to miss this place.

I can't think of a more beautiful and interesting part of the world to live in, although I hear they have better autumns out there.

All the best in Ottawa and come back for a visit sometime.

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