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Vladimir Danilov


Free Member, Moscow

Crosses

Moscow.

A coloure version

Comments 11

  • John Holmes 04/06/2005 3:39

    great work on a spendid scene.. jh
  • PINDORIUS 04/05/2005 21:27

    good work! ... interesting explanation ... I like the composition, elements: tree, church, statue, sky ...
  • Vladimir Danilov 04/05/2005 14:25

    nice to hear your comment, Abdul. Thnx
  • Abdul Khaliq 04/05/2005 14:06

    Another great demonstration VD, i amnot mature enought to comment on this, as above master already spoken about ur work. I can say It's Amazing.
    -abdul
  • Vladimir Danilov 04/05/2005 14:02

    @Matthias Moritz: always welcome
    @Esti Eini: good notice!
  • Matthias Moritz 04/05/2005 13:57

    Thanks for your detailed explanation, Vladimir!
  • Esti Eini 04/05/2005 13:38

    The clouds in Moscow are christian too.
  • Vladimir Danilov 04/05/2005 13:38

    Hi, everybody, and thanx a lot!

    Well...special techniques... I will upload the colour variant in a week, is interesting, too. After opening an image in Photoshop I always check the channels. By this one i noticed that the red channel looks very impressive (the statue and clouds become brighter, the sky - darker, the buildings look dramatic etc.), but is too noisy to extract alone. So I applied several filters from PowerRetouche like "studio b/w" where I dragged all "red" sliders to their limits and got the same effect. After that I used "dodge" (for highlites) and "burn" (for shadows) brushes with 6% strength and "painted" slightly on the church to emphasize the texture. Finally I applied Powerretouche "toned photo" (cyan tone) and "sharpen" filters

    As to the sunset - it was behind the church, on the statue there was a rosa reflection from the sky. So, in the red channel it became bright.

    Thank you very much!!!
  • Martin Unger 04/05/2005 9:54

    Very good, indeed! Was it the sun which illuminated the statue this way or is that a digital effect? Anyway, I like it!!
    Greetings, Martin
  • Matthias Moritz 04/05/2005 1:33

    Really an eye catching picture. You did the upload in "special photo technique", but didn´t tell anything about it.
    As Ruud I am very interested..:-))

    Regards
    Matthias
  • Jordan Shepler 04/04/2005 21:54

    awsome nuts....