Sunday, November 7, 2010

Composite Imaging in Photoshop

Using a number of stock images (at bottom) - available from it is a relatively simple matter to create a realistic movie poster. Thanks to for the tutorial.
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Located 965 klm north west of Sydney on the banks of the Darling River is the town of Wilcannia.  Whilst it has signs of having once been a thriving community the population now is approximately 600 and many of the buildings are abandoned.

It has a large Aboriginal community, being the traditional home of the Barkindji people

On the Barrier Highway 196 klm from Broken Hill you would likely only stop to refuel.
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Saturday, November 6, 2010

Before and After

The Flood filter by Flaming Pear can create interesting effects in Photoshop.

Friday, October 29, 2010

Mundi Mundi

 If proof were ever needed that the earth is round……you can actually see the curvature of the earth in this photograph.  Taken just outside Silverton near Broken Hill.  I’m told there is a 2deg difference from left to right (and right to left for that matter).Click for larger image.

Recent Trip

Back home from a trip to South Australia via Broken Hill returning along the Great Ocean Rd and up the NSW South Coast. (click for larger images)

Broken Hill

Silverton - A virtual ghost town outside Broken Hill.  The earlier Mad Max films were shot in and around this area.
The Obelisk, Robe, South Australia

Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Composite Imaging in Photoshop

Using a number of stock images (bottom) it was a relatively simple process to create the WW2 composite image.

Thanks to for the tutorial.  (click for larger image)

Monday, August 2, 2010

Edithburgh, Yorke Peninsular, SA

   Same building...2 different treatments (click for larger images)

Topaz Filters in Photoshop

I've been having some fun with the Topaz filters available as a plug-in for Photoshop. These shots of Peterson's Champagne House in the Hunter Valley and the Sydney Opera House have been "tweaked" with Topaz Adjust (click for larger images)

Sunday, April 25, 2010

Above are some images taken from my"French" collection. Taken in RAW and converted to B/W in Photoshop.

Taken in St Emillion and Bergerac. (click for larger images)

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