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Dag 17 - Vinter Ikon II


I dag har vi bare hygget. Jeg har hængt et par billeder op (ikke mine egne) og et musikanlæg. Jeg har desuden anvendt lidt tid på - http://www.fotostart.dk/ - som jeg varmt kan anbefale. Men inden jeg havde set mig om, så var det tid til at skyde dagens foto.
Endnu engang måtte jeg ud i naturen for at finde "dagens foto". Det var allerede mørkt, så jeg havde min Nikon SB-600 flash med. Et sted i sneen fandt jeg denne lille gren med visne blade på. Med en flash belysning fra venstre og en gadelampe fra oven fik jeg tilstrækkelig med lys. Beskæringen har placeret rækken af blade i den nederste tredjedel af fotoet (rule of third). Desuden har jeg i Photoshop ryddet op i scenen, så forstyrrende elementer såsom småsten og andre visne bladele etc. er fjernet. Endelig er der tilføjet en vignette i hjørnerne (bevist mere vignette i de øverste hjørner end i bunden) og et texture lag (en side fra en gammel bog) er tilføjet med blend mode "Multiply". Texturen laget har jeg fået fra Flickr medlem Feodora Umarov.


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