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Colour Changing
#1
I took the liberty of using James Tate's photo to show you how to change an everyday sunny landscape photo into a cold and frosty one with just a few clicks.
I use an image program called Paint Shop Pro.
There is a tool called a "Colour Changer"
I put the settings to "Tolerance 2, Edge Softness 20" and changed the colour to white. I then went around the picture just clicking on different shades of green.
This is the result .......... From This ........>

To This


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Canon EOS 650D with 18-55 kit lens/ 75-300 zoom/ 100-400 zoom
https://www.flickr.com/photos/125137869@N08/
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#2
Nothing serious, just a fun project.
And here it is again but compacted a little.





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Canon EOS 650D with 18-55 kit lens/ 75-300 zoom/ 100-400 zoom
https://www.flickr.com/photos/125137869@N08/
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#3
Interesting John. Now if you can change a cold wet late november day into a summer one!
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#4
I think the trees look a bit unnatural, but the grass is spot on! Nice trick overall Smile
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(Dec 3, 2013, 07:45)kNox Wrote: I think the trees look a bit unnatural, but the grass is spot on! Nice trick overall Smile

I agree, and yes, a very nice trick!

having said that, I still prefer the original
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(Dec 3, 2013, 17:40)Vik Wrote:
(Dec 3, 2013, 07:45)kNox Wrote: I think the trees look a bit unnatural, but the grass is spot on! Nice trick overall Smile

I agree, and yes, a very nice trick!

having said that, I still prefer the original

Me too, after all, the photo was taken with the original in mind... Smile
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