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July 30, 2013 - 82 went

Long Exposure: The Big Wheel & Waterfront

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Added by LTen
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  • DM W.

    Nice colors again. Did you have to fix the broken bulb or did your shutter speed take care of that?

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  • LTen

    Thanks DM! I had to photoshop the broken bulbs on about half of my favorite shots. Only takes a couple of minutes each though. Worth it in my opinion. :-)

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  • A former member

    Nicely done. Care to share photoshop techniques on how to?

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  • LTen

    Thanks Tan, sure -- you duplicate the layer, then reduce opacity to about 25% so you can see what you're doing. Select free transform, then rotate/move as needed to put a different spoke into position. Add an inverted (black) layer mask to the rotated layer. Put the opacity back up to 100%, use your brush (with white) and paint in where the burned out section is. Easy!

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  • A former member

    One of my faves

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  • LTen

    Thanks Heather! Definitely my fave! Reminds me of a kaleidoscope. :-)

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