Red House

2004-10-15: Red and Blue.

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  • Becca

    Lovely! Great sky.

    2004-10-15

  • miles

    Hey Becca, that was fast! I literally put this up seconds ago :)

    and thanks!

    2004-10-15

  • laanba

    I really like the colors in this picture.

    2004-10-15

  • Andy (SensorChip)

    Yep, this is lovely!

    Any PSing for the wideangle vignetting or is that really the lens?

    Really nice contrasts between the red and the blue.

    2004-10-16

  • Miles

    thanks, the vignette was exaggerated by a semi-transparent 'multiply' layer, but it comes with the polarising filter I was using. I like it :)

    2004-10-16

  • Natalie

    The vignetting looks really good. I love the look of those red brick buildings against the sky.

    2004-10-16

  • bob

    Great shot -- love the windows -- and what's going on in each one... the sky is fantastic...

    2004-10-16

  • Emily

    hey miles, whats' the most effective way of vignetting in photoshop? this looks amazing, btw, as usual. you always have such amazing contrasts of colours.

    2004-10-17

  • Danilo

    belas cores e angulação!! fantastic

    2004-10-17

  • lily

    hey, how did you do it to get the more lightened circle in the middle and the dark round layer on the outside? nice :)

    2004-10-18

  • keith

    This is very nice. Love the saturation, just right.

    2004-10-18

  • miles

    lily: you can create or enhance the vignette in photoshop. My basic technique is to duplicate the layer and add a layer mask. Give the duplicate layer a 'multiply' blend and inside the layer mask add a circlular gradient that runs out to the edges. Blur that layer mask to make sure your gradient is free of 'banding' and take a look at what you have.

    The results will vary a lot depending on how your image is constituted and you may not get an even vignette.

    2004-10-18

  • stef & rollo

    Fantastic.

    2004-11-04