Friday, September 24, 2010

Before & After Macro style

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I edited this with Amanda's Everyday Actions free action: "New York"

Here is the original:
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This is one of my first ever macro shots using a macro filter.


   

22 comments:

  1. Beautiful detail... and I love the 'New York' action! :)

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  2. I've got to download Amanda's actions because that looks so good. :)

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  3. Impressive. I love the SOOC to , but a good shot became a great shot with that action. Well done.

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  4. Your edit really makes the rose stand out. Beautiful

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  5. This is awesome. I hate to say I don't know what a macro filter is, but I'm sure I need a new lens for my camera to get a better macro shot. It doesn't quite zoom the way I would like it to. I love your shot!

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  6. Beautiful. I actually like both shots. You didn't even need to edit it but the edit does give it a whole new feel. Is that a drawer pull?

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  7. This is GORGEOUS! The processing makes it even more beautiful! :-)

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  8. Great Macro. I think I like the original better.

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  9. I love the action you have used, a great first macro shot!

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  10. There's lovely detail to your macro especially with the action added. Is that the handle from a door?

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  11. It is an antique pull on a chest of drawers.

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  12. Beautiful !!

    Best Regards
    Sulagna
    http://e-senseofspicenfragrance-sulagna.blogspot.com/

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  13. I'm torn... I don't know which one I like better. The sooc is lovely, too!

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  14. Love your work with this one.
    The detail is wonderful!!

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  15. This is really beautiful - I love the details!

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  16. i love the details! and both of them are beautiful:)

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  17. Simple but elegant! I like it!

    Donna
    Our Blog: Double Happiness!

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  18. Faith...beautiful job!

    I use macro filters too....they are a LOT of fun! I'm actually in the process of purchasing a spacer that will make my 85mm 1.8 act as a Macro lens too..... I borrowed one for the last wedding I did, and it was AWESOME!

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  19. I LOVE the edited version!! I'll have to give that action a try!

    And I'd like to add that you totally made my day when I saw my name displayed in your class announcement as the winner of your/Sheri's giveaway! I'm so exited for it to start!!! :D

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  20. Gorgeous shot. I love the detail and the edit was perfect!

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  21. Perfect! Love this! Great composition & perspective. Love the edit too! :)

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