Vibrant Palm Tree

February 2, 2009
By smilefever SILVER, Boulder, Colorado
smilefever SILVER, Boulder, Colorado
8 articles 80 photos 17 comments

I took this photo in Mexico and played around with it on Adobe Photoshop


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on Nov. 15 2014 at 10:07 am
Bronwyn-Sophronia-Atlet ELITE, Dardenne Prairie, Missouri
319 articles 10 photos 1159 comments

Favorite Quote:
"To these the past hath its phantoms,
More real than solid earth;
And to these death does not mean decay,
But only another birth"
- Isabella Banks

That's so cool! Photoshop is so much fon :)

on May. 21 2014 at 11:36 am
hannahbell8901 BRONZE, Oakdale, Louisiana
1 article 0 photos 3 comments

Favorite Quote:
i love my family and my friends

i love this pic so many colors

on Jun. 9 2011 at 5:21 pm
ConverseObsession, Dallas, Texas
0 articles 21 photos 12 comments

Favorite Quote:
"so stick that in ur juice box and suck it" :3 "everything im not made me everything i am" :D

i absolutely love this picture. it is very abstract and  eye catching.

Amazing :D


on May. 2 2010 at 11:09 am
smilefever SILVER, Boulder, Colorado
8 articles 80 photos 17 comments
thank you for your feedback but i'd like to explain what it was i was going for. i wasnt trying to replace technique in the least, but i like the use of photoshop to create extremely absract images. if you don't im very sorry

Alex Coleman said...
on Jul. 10 2009 at 6:21 pm
Alex Coleman, Mesa, Arizona
0 articles 6 photos 19 comments
The filter and editing doesn't really fit the subject, overly-sharp, over saturated, and with some bad over and underexposure, combined with the lack of a focal point means this garners the "worst" rating. One thing to remember is photoshop should supplement, not replace technique.



Alex

Descant GOLD said...
on Apr. 21 2009 at 10:47 pm
Descant GOLD, Huntington Beach, California
15 articles 40 photos 26 comments

Favorite Quote:
"A man's work is nothing but this slow trek to rediscover, through the detours of art, those two or three great and simple images in whose presence his heart first opened" –Albert Camus

Glowing Edges, right?




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