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Old 05-13-2006, 08:30 PM   #21
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rainbows too sharp, remember most are transparent

and need to use some anti aliasing on your logo

but the water looks realistic if you dont take into context the environment that wouldnt be on a beach xP

mind if i play around with the original and we compare results?

I enjoy photoshopping things lol
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Old 05-13-2006, 08:32 PM   #22
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Oh crap! I forgot about it

Should I do it on the rainbow too?
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its help, maybe add some curviture to it

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I like it, but on that rainbow image above, the water where the rainbow joins it looks very JPEG like compared to the rest of the water.

I actually prefer the one with just the sun glare and blur.

When I first saw the image, I thought maybe you had composited the mountains and the hills together from 2 seperate images, and maybe the floor too, as it seems from the way it looks, the original image was built that way.
That would have been very kewl if you had done that
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Lol, for resizing images just use IRFanView. Pic looks pretty good, I guess. Just one critisicism about the second pic. The streak of rainbow colors doesn't really look that realistic, but I'll have to give you props for even attempting.
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take an image with a rainbow on it, put it as a layer above your image. adjust its blending affects. (it would be best to use an image where there is not much detail outside of the rainbow.)
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Old 05-13-2006, 09:50 PM   #27
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gee, I didn't even think of that! Thanks Paradox!
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