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Playing around with photo system
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Contributors to this thread:
Paul@thefort 21-Mar-17
stick n string 21-Mar-17
Brotsky 21-Mar-17
Paul@thefort 22-Mar-17
JohnB 22-Mar-17
Paul@thefort 22-Mar-17
Charlie Rehor 22-Mar-17
Bowriter 22-Mar-17
Bowriter 22-Mar-17
Paul@thefort 22-Mar-17
Bowriter 22-Mar-17
Paul@thefort 22-Mar-17
From: Paul@thefort
21-Mar-17

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or I can do them in neon
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or I can do them in neon
Playing around with my photo system and found an interesting approach, ie, changing normal photo to photos in pencil sketch. Coming up will be my Kansas turkey hunt and I have two tags. So I will attempt to take a lot of photos and change the normal photos to pencil sketch for my story of the hunt. Pictured are two examples. my best, Paul

21-Mar-17
Thats waaaaay cool Paul!! What photo system is that?

From: Brotsky
21-Mar-17
Those look great Paul! Especially the first two! Very nice!

From: Paul@thefort
22-Mar-17

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I have been using the Picasa photo system for years. Just trying some new approaches. Here is another example.

From: JohnB
22-Mar-17
Paul is there anything you can't do!

From: Paul@thefort
22-Mar-17
Hey John, when one is retired and active, sometime I have more time on my hands than not. Well, at least for a day or two. Will be fun to try something different. Paul

22-Mar-17
I love retirement too! Every day is Saturday:)

From: Bowriter
22-Mar-17

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I have been doing the same thing. I have been adding titles over the pictures in my next book. Do you have any suggestions?

From: Bowriter
22-Mar-17

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Comments on this. remember, these are title pages for individual stories, not covers.

From: Paul@thefort
22-Mar-17
John, too early for me to make any recommendations but our photo systems seem to give us a few options once we know how to adopt them and make the pictures, to a certain degree, more attractive to the eye. I have found that only a few normal pictures can be utilized for a make over as the focus/shading and clarity/composition has to be 100%. No doubt, a perfect normal picture is hard to beat.

From: Bowriter
22-Mar-17
My biggest problem is, I don't have many options in terms of print. The cost factor is such, if I did them way I wanted, you couldn't afford to buy the book.

From: Paul@thefort
22-Mar-17

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and after in B/W with halo framing
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and after in B/W with halo framing
Here is a goose hunting photo before and after. Lots of options. Being somewhat old school, I still like BW photos.

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