roses on glassball

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these are New Dawn Pink climbing roses, with a coloured glass ball, hanging at our front window.


Guest - Mar 04, 2006 02:59 PM EDT
finally got round to removing the wires and shrubs from the background of this one, late last night, so will be re submitting it once we can upload pics again : )
Guest - Oct 21, 2005 12:28 PM EDT
thanks very much, Kathy. Just remembered, must work on this one soon to remove the "wires". think I should be able to do this quite easily with MS Digital Photo suite software.(hopefully : ) as it has the "smart erase" feature which I have used several times to remove dates from pics etc.
Guest - Aug 01, 2005 02:18 PM EDT
You certainly have an eye for beauty. I love the backlighting and the contrasting colors...
Guest - Feb 14, 2005 08:21 PM EDT
Hi Vicki, thanks for the praise and the ideas. Am using Paint Shop Pro 9. As mentioned, don't have any experience with this sortof work, but am hoping to work at it. time time is what we all need more of : )
Guest - Feb 14, 2005 05:49 PM EDT
Alandra, my comments ditto Sheila's here. What photo editing programs are you using? You have several options to reduce the background conflicts. Otherwise it's excellent, with the translucency of the petals and the glass globe. Definitely a "keeper"!
Guest - Jan 02, 2005 12:39 AM EDT
thanks Sheila, yes, realize that being a drawback re the background, but had no idea how to remove it, and was hoping someone would tell me : )
Guest - Jan 01, 2005 08:16 PM EDT
What a lovely composition! Beautiful lighting as well. However, I would like to see the background erased, it would stand well on its own!
Guest - Jan 01, 2005 09:44 AM EDT
this is one of my favorite photos. Love the way the light shows thru the outer petals of the roses. and how the petals are "curled"

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