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August 26, 2013
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Hello Oksana. I have a photo for the weekly photo editing. The picture was taken during a holiday in Greece in 2007. It seemed to me a nice picture to see what others make of it. Hopefully you agree.
Good luck everyone. Greetings MichelMJ_F_2007_00003_183-2.jpg

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Thank you, Michel for allowing us to use your photo.  This seems like a fascinating place.
I wonder what the “Homo Sapiens” Museum is all about.

Some basic Lightroom edits to provide a bit more “pop” and some PSE10 cloning to remove the white patchings.
In Lightroom I reduced highlights, increased shadows, and found the black and white points.
I added clarity, vibrance and sharpness.  I used the graduated filter tool to darken both the top and bottom of the photo.
Finally, I added some vignetting and removed some significant noise that was created during the processing.

MJ_F_2007_00003_183-2-mandrake-edit-1.jpg

 

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August 27, 2013
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I have the photo itself also edited in Lightroom. Both the lighting and color tones changed, and sharpness adjusted. Thanks for editing the photo Mandrake, it gives the picture a different look.MJ_F_2013.00007_1.jpg

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MJ_F_2007_00003_183-2.jpg

Storm mill :-)

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September 20, 2013
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Very nicely done, Mostafa.
Would you tell us how you accomplished this?

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September 20, 2013
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Thank you mandrake 

i used adobe photoshop CS6 but you can use any previous version

1st you had to make a selection around using the “elliptical marque tool” from the tool bar.

2nd the try to transform the selection to fit the blades of the windmill using menu—->Transform selection

3rd take a copy from the selected blade to a new file and Selecte layer 1 and the background from the layer panel on the right then ,centered it in the middle of the picture using menu —-> layer—-> align—> Vertical center

4th click menu again and Layer —->align —–> Horizontal center

5th select only layer 1 and click on menu Filter—-> blur —->Radial blur , then choose the amount as you prefer , click on spin and quality make it best 

6th copy the selected layer to you original image and place it back in the right place.

7th from image menu—-> transform —–> perspective to adjust the right dimensions.

 

apply the previous steps for the second blade , the other effects i used the adjustments and photoefex pro   

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Thank you Mostafa for your very detailed explanation.
I’m sure this technique can be used for many special effects.
I plan to experiment.

Thank you again.

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September 20, 2013
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Thank you mandrake , sure it is , the radial blur can be used to speed up eclipse shapes such as cars rims , you can used it to speed up a car and you can used motion blur it will make a speed effect too …

 

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