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spuddy

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this is what i've settled on
this one is the one i like best it has a coloured gradient layer set to burn
a hill 5b.jpg  This is the original picture as painted without any bells or whistles
a hill raw.jpg  the following are other alternative treatments of the raw image they involve a gradient layer set at different modes
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a hill 2.jpg  two
a hill 3.jpg  three
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Good choice. I like it~
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The top one is the best
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nice warm feeling to it.
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Such a different feel between them. Impressive demonstration Dave.

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I like the top one the best as well Dave. It has that nice welcoming warmth to it. They are all good though with a different atmosphere in each.  Oh to live in rolling hills... wonderful.  [smile]  Robyn
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Well done!!!
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Good choice. I like it~

thanks Suzette it's surprising what a gradient overlay can do
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nice warm feeling to it.

Thanks Dave yes it deffo has a better feel good factor
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Such a different feel between them. Impressive demonstration Dave.

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Thanks Bob I wanted to show that you don't have to settle for how a picture looks after painting it i.e  a bit flat and lifeless there are so many things you can do during and after painting it. I deliberately left adjustment to the end and confined it to just one thing i.e a gradient overlay
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I like the top one the best as well Dave. It has that nice welcoming warmth to it. They are all good though with a different atmosphere in each.  Oh to live in rolling hills... wonderful.  [smile]  Robyn

Thanks Robyn I'm lucky to livre in Devon England sea across the road and the moors and those rolling hills behind
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Well done!!!

thanks a bunch for your kind comment
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Thanks Robyn I'm lucky to livre in Devon England sea across the road and the moors and those rolling hills behind
You are so privileged then Dave! How lovely that sounds.  R

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The top is great. I would like to have lunch there.
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Thanks rita
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