Tried to give the magic feeling.
Guest - Nov 14, 2006 05:58 PM EDT
very nice I love what you have done to this photo, a real eye catcher
Guest - Dec 25, 2005 04:06 AM EDT
WOW!! nice effects.
Guest - Dec 23, 2005 11:02 PM EDT
checking in to have another look at one of my favourite photos.
Guest - Aug 23, 2005 04:08 AM EDT
Forget to tell you the software I am using is Adobe Photoshop Elements.
Guest - Aug 23, 2005 03:53 AM EDT
Alandra, my e-mail address is email@example.com
if you send me a message I can reply with the photo to your address
Guest - Aug 23, 2005 02:27 AM EDT
oh, now I notice more magic lanterns going all the way up the different levels! very unique. well, the entire picture is.
Guest - Aug 23, 2005 02:20 AM EDT
Hello again, Amr. Yes, please! I would be so happy to receive the full size version, this is very nice of you. many thanks.
Also wanted to add, I see you have the F828. Mine's the F717 : ) I love the warmth of the stonework colour, as well as the blue of the sky. Which program do you use?
I started suddenly wondering about the name of the artist mentioned earlier, whether he is Maxfield or Maxwell Parrish, - so checked online and it seems both first names are used, confusing.
Wondering what the object in the R foreground is? (on the top of the pillar) - some type of magical lantern? This photo makes me feel so good, can't explain it. It's the magical glowing warmth it conveys.
Guest - Aug 22, 2005 11:42 PM EDT
THANKS FOR ALL THE NICE COMMENTS.
It is actually one photo, when I shot it; I wanted to add a magic touch, changed the sky color to a dark blue, added a white spray on the sky and finally added the stars, applied a soft bluring effect on some areas to hepl in giving the feeling. Alandra, I can e-mail the full size one to you (if U want)
Guest - Aug 22, 2005 06:16 PM EDT
wanted to add, I'd LOVE this one enlarged and hanging on my wall : )
Guest - Aug 22, 2005 06:11 PM EDT
now that's "my" kindof photo! Love it! -- gorgeous colours and the stars. Sure did create a magical scene.
Reminds me of Maxwell Parrish's paintings, the colouring of it.
Now how did you accomplish this? Was the brickwork/steps/architecture a separate photo, and then did you add all the other interesting goodies? I like the way the top pillar of the steps looks opaque. Did you create that purposely, or was that just the way the photo turned out. excuse all the questions : )
Guest - Aug 22, 2005 04:09 PM EDT
You did give it a magical touch. It's like a picture out of a fairy tale book. Very nice.
Guest - Aug 22, 2005 04:05 PM EDT
Nice touch, it came out very well.
like the magical feel
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