I dont know how you get those colors, but sure want to.
21 Feb 2007 4:44pm
@Nick Chase: I use NIK Color Efex Pro 2.0 and the "cross processing" filter. I then burn-in the image in PS followed by the "darken" filter in NIK.
Beautiful Colors Craig, gives you this painting feeling!
21 Feb 2007 5:27pm
Nice shot and kinda abstract. It really stood out on vfxy.
21 Feb 2007 6:20pm
awesome - love the colours and texture (will have a go on ps - thanx for putting how you did it up!)
21 Feb 2007 9:03pm
Interesting treatment and splendids colors!
22 Feb 2007 3:29am
une composition idéale!
22 Feb 2007 5:31am
Very cool, reminds me of the earlier surrealist type photos you had going with factories. This one is up there with those, love the style; great stuff!
22 Feb 2007 7:38am
Cue Also Sprach Zarathustra. Great colors and textures. What a beautiful shot.
22 Feb 2007 1:44pm
nice capture! but i am thinking what is this?
22 Feb 2007 9:36pm
Part of the fun of photography - at least for me - is in creating images that are a bit mysterious as to their origin or nature. However, in this case, I'll break my rule and explain. It is a wooden board sticking in the ground at a construction site in the Montreal airport. I shot it through the window (which had a mesh sunscreen over it) with a rising morning sun and clouds. I blurred the background, applied a cross-processing filter, burned-in the image slightly, applied a darken filter and added a minimal canvas texture.
22 Feb 2007 9:59pm
oh! great texture color and title and sky.....great !
22 Feb 2007 11:25pm
Interesting texture. Reminiscent of 2001 a space odessy.
23 Feb 2007 2:11am
the screen makes it look like a canvas, very interesting work
23 Feb 2007 2:12am
wow. love this one Craig. very imaginative shot.
23 Feb 2007 3:20am
I adore the texture and overall look here Craig. Those colours are sublime. Thanks so much for the processing rundown too.
23 Feb 2007 5:07am
Wow!! amazing work...
23 Feb 2007 10:14am
24 Feb 2007 10:46am
Beautiful work Craig :)
24 Feb 2007 6:33pm
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