Images from the Registered PhotoReactor

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Peter-GZ
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Re: Images from the Registered PhotoReactor

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All my edited photos are photographs by me.

Rachel
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Re: Images from the Registered PhotoReactor

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Can you see a difference? Which do you like and why? Just asking..
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Fluffbutt
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Re: Images from the Registered PhotoReactor

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Number one:

Sharper and more defined flowers, they leap out from the background. The background is also more 3d-effectish, looks like paint dabs.

Number two:

The flowers seem to be less defined from the background, an all over wash of dullness.

So -
#1 = 7 or 8 out of ten - very nice work, punchy, well defined flowers and attractive colours.
#2= 5 or 6 out of ten - nice works but a little dull.

Rachel
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Re: Images from the Registered PhotoReactor

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Thank you, fluff! I agree. Off to do another!

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Re: Images from the Registered PhotoReactor

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"Aurora Borealis"

(flow included)
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DAP (AOPs): http://jelstudio.dk/DAP/
PhotoReactor (flows, effects and scripts): http://jelstudio.dk/PhotoReactor/

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Re: Images from the Registered PhotoReactor

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"Hipster Light-Leak"

(You can adjust the light-glow in all kinds of crazy ways; circular, different angles, strong, weak, different blend-methods, or even colorize it, and whatever else your imagination can come up with. It's far less static than those expensive addons you can buy for lightroom and photoshop that has only bitmapped light-leaks 8-) )
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DAP (AOPs): http://jelstudio.dk/DAP/
PhotoReactor (flows, effects and scripts): http://jelstudio.dk/PhotoReactor/

Rachel
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Re: Images from the Registered PhotoReactor

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Re: Images from the Registered PhotoReactor

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Problem fixed!
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Re: Images from the Registered PhotoReactor

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Rachel wrote:Jel, I can't get to your website to download the new "Hipster Light-Leak". When I load the flows imbedded in the images you have so kindly posted, I get an error because I don't have 'generator." Am I doing something wrong? Thanks for your help.
That's very odd - "generator" is a basic part of PR.

Are you both using the same version? I've noticed before that version mismatches can cause errors.

Try opening the flow and OK-ing the error, find the "generator' in the flow (remember what it generates - input image, grey-scale input, etc) and delete it and then put your own "generator" into the flow and set it to what the original one was (as you remembered from before deleting it).

I often have to do that with segmentation - delete the original (which shows as an error) and put my version of segmentation back in.

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Re: Images from the Registered PhotoReactor

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Thank you, Fluff! I was using an old PR and not the new one! Everything works fabulously now. Yah!

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