A Barefoot Walk Down The Beach In The 50's Special HDR

velveteagle

Allegan, United States

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Corel bought Paint Shop Pro two years ago. Now its called PSP Photo X2 I am bragging about. Like it better than PS. Its on sale for under $60.00 now. I just started playing with its HDR section. It offers an extra twist if you care to play.. This step outside the box of thought is of a scan from a color 35mm slide. I cleaned it up.. It was very old. Then I did a few things to make other images to merge into one threw HDR. I can see this software will provide me with many things to do. I daresay that no one has done it this way before. And just maybe no one will want too.. I spent a few hours putting this together. On dial up it will take some time to upload. Largest image saved from Tiff to Jpg I have ever done. I like the effect which makes me think of going from the 50’s into the world of color. I love to walk down a beach with bare feet. Feeling the water and sand and small bits of gravel rub my feet and that helps me relax.. Ok then you have the sound of waves and the feel of the breeze. Now add the flight of sea gulls taking off to begin the journey.. Please forgive the errors you find. Its the feeling and dreaming I am trying to convey.. I have the original color result and a few others that I merged for HDR..

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