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August 23, 2008
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Canon EOS 400D DIGITAL
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1/320 second
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F/1.8
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50 mm
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200
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Aug 23, 2008, 4:52:12 PM

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:iconentelecheia:
Entelecheia Featured By Owner Sep 12, 2008  Hobbyist General Artist
Nice shot with stylish overlaying textures! Love the "Hi i'm a photography & I've been stuck in a wet dusty drawer for a very long time" impression :D
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BitterGrapes Featured By Owner Aug 31, 2008  Professional Photographer
Good portrait and exceptional post-processing.
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:iconwendy-ts:
wendy-ts Featured By Owner Aug 25, 2008
Very impressive photo!
But I can't recognize, what kind of texture did you use here? ;) Anyway, maybe it's your secret "know how")))
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adityapudjo Featured By Owner Aug 25, 2008
i used 2 texture on this pic..:D
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:iconwendy-ts:
wendy-ts Featured By Owner Aug 25, 2008
hmm.. let me guess.. it's some kind of brushes? it doesn't look like you used filters)) anyway, I could be mistaken))
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adityapudjo Featured By Owner Aug 25, 2008
no its not a brush..its my pic stock of texture,,:D
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wendy-ts Featured By Owner Aug 25, 2008
oh... :D
I don't even know the differences between textures and brushes, it seems to me, that they have so much in common! maybe the main difference is that brush can process the small local area of the picture, and texture applies to the whole picture..
nevermind, I wrote so many words here, just forget about it! ;)
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adityapudjo Featured By Owner Aug 25, 2008
oh its ok..i dont mind to talk about it..:D the brushes is the one on the photoshop..and texture is a picture too..you can put the texture layer on top of the photo layer on photoshop then reduce the opicity on the texture layer..you can erase the part that you dont want to be texturized with the eraser tool(do it on the textur layer)..there you go..sorry for my english btw..:D
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wendy-ts Featured By Owner Aug 26, 2008
oh, you're unfair to yourself, your english is not so bad! at least, I understood all that you tell me about textures, it's use and stuff))). and thanks to you for your explanation! I'll always use textures in the future)). maybe my works wouldn't be so good as yours, but I'll try hard. so thanks a lot again ;)
(btw, I recently found in photoshop a lot of standart (default) textures, I don't like them, but maybe there's a lot of another in the Net ;) )
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adityapudjo Featured By Owner Aug 26, 2008
:D
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