I Can See You , but You Can't See Me (Can you?)!

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I went outside hoping to get closer to the fox who had gone into this copse. He quickly ran out, then started slinking back. He's cautious of humans, but also somewhat used to them.


Guest - Apr 20, 2007 11:06 AM EDT
Good morning, Cindy. Thank you for your flattering comment. Actually, many of our TLF members are purists who understandibly don't want framing to distract from the focal image. I have no problem with that - everything has its place and as I said before, the very fact that regular frames are not an option for my own hard copies has led me to create illusional ones. I like many of the preset options, but then, every so often I get a 'brain fart' and something like this emerges!!! I knew my red fox would be potentially lost in the thumbnail, camoflauged by the copse, so created framing to try to pull the eye towards it. This framing-style is fairly easy to do in Digital Image Suite, but I haven't worked with other programs enough to see if I can work similarly with their layer factors. I need to do so. Vicki
Guest - Apr 20, 2007 01:33 AM EDT
Wow Vicki, this framing really caught my eye, and when I clicked on the thumbnail, the photo is equally as nice too. I love everything about this one!

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