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Rebecca
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 Posted 5th February 2008 20:33   IP           Reply with quote Edit Post Delete post
That is a beautiful painting of the bride Wei. She is so pretty! How you have the light glowing from the window on her face is just beautiful. I am wanting to learn Painter. I love seeing your work with Painter. Please enter some more picture to show me your work. You are very good!! Rebecca
   
WeiKhuen
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 Posted 11th February 2008 01:33   IP           Reply with quote Edit Post Delete post
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Rebecca wrote:
That is a beautiful painting of the bride Wei. She is so pretty! How you have the light glowing from the window on her face is just beautiful. I am wanting to learn Painter. I love seeing your work with Painter. Please enter some more picture to show me your work. You are very good!! Rebecca


Hi Rebecca,

The pic was taken in late morning. To change the mood of the pic, I used the render-> lighting in photoshop. I choose spot lighting. I placed two light sources - 1st light source near upper right of the window, 2nd light source in the room. I choose brighter yellow for the 1st light source and more orange color for the 2nd light source.

Then I change to painter and paint the pic using sargent and den's oil brushes.

   
WeiKhuen
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 Posted 11th February 2008 01:38   IP           Reply with quote Edit Post Delete post
(1)


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(3)


(4)


Some of flowers me taken in Sentosa, Singapore.
   
HelenC
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 Posted 11th February 2008 09:00   IP           Reply with quote Edit Post Delete post
WeiKhuen, the flowers are beautiful-I particularly like th last yellow pic. Wonderful!

Cheers
Helen
   
thesnapper
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 Posted 11th February 2008 12:43   IP           Reply with quote Edit Post Delete post
stunning work, agree with Helen No.3 (yellow) is my favourite.
   
RayGuselli
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 Posted 11th February 2008 12:46   IP           Reply with quote Edit Post Delete post
Agree with Neal and helen

Stunning work and I also like #3....

Thanks for sharing

Best wishes

Ray
   
WeiKhuen
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 Posted 14th February 2008 01:26   IP           Reply with quote Edit Post Delete post
Wishing everybody



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sylvia
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 Posted 14th February 2008 02:11   IP           Reply with quote Edit Post Delete post
Ooooh, that's so sweet!
By the way, I went to Singapore on my trip, what a pretty place (but boy, the hotels are really expensive, there, compare to the rest of Asia!). I also visited Sentosa Island, what a wonderful place!!!
Sylvia

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WeiKhuen
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 Posted 14th February 2008 05:55   IP           Reply with quote Edit Post Delete post
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Ooooh, that's so sweet!
By the way, I went to Singapore on my trip, what a pretty place (but boy, the hotels are really expensive, there, compare to the rest of Asia!). I also visited Sentosa Island, what a wonderful place!!!
Sylvia


Cost of living in Singapore is getting more expensive recently. Hotel is very expensive now. Hope you got a good trip in Singapore.
   
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 Posted 14th February 2008 09:12   IP           Reply with quote Edit Post Delete post
Really liking all your flower pics Weikhuen (have you got a first name) . Would you be so kind to share some of your workflow for them.

Neal
   
WeiKhuen
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Really liking all your flower pics Weikhuen (have you got a first name) . Would you be so kind to share some of your workflow for them.

Neal


Hi Neal,

The four flower photos were taken using 200mm len + 1.4x teleconverter, apertude set at f4.5. For the yellow flower #3, I took a double exposure. The 1st exposure, I focused on the flower. For the 2nd exposure, I aimed at some distance yellow flowers, purposely set the len out of focus to create a blurry background. Not much work in photoshop required. More flower pics can be found at http://www.flickr.com/gp/7138308@N02/x55A5r


For the last flower(valentine), it was taken using a compact camera. I used painter pastel oil to change the background and touch up the flower.


   
thesnapper
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 Posted 14th February 2008 13:17   IP           Reply with quote Edit Post Delete post
Thankyou , the double exposure gives a great effect, i am wondering have you tried just using blur on a duplicated layer in PS .....maybe this does not give as good a result i am not sure but its the method i would always use. Lovely Flickr gallery.
   
Rebecca
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 Posted 14th February 2008 15:44   IP           Reply with quote Edit Post Delete post
WeiKhuen, Your flowers are all so beautiful. I enjoyed viewing them. Thank you!
   
sylvia
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 Posted 14th February 2008 16:52   IP           Reply with quote Edit Post Delete post
I had a great time in Singapore, Wei, really really liked it (especially Sentosa Island and Chinatown).
Sylvia

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WeiKhuen
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 Posted 18th February 2008 01:32   IP           Reply with quote Edit Post Delete post

   
sylvia
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 Posted 18th February 2008 04:09   IP           Reply with quote Edit Post Delete post
Did you paint this last one from scratch? With Painter?
Sylvia

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WeiKhuen
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 Posted 18th February 2008 04:46   IP           Reply with quote Edit Post Delete post
Hi Sylvia,

Trying to learn painting now. I painted the tree from scratch using painter
   
sylvia
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 Posted 18th February 2008 05:07   IP           Reply with quote Edit Post Delete post
Well you did a pretty decent job, for a first time. You seem to have found your way with the brushes anyway...
Sylvia

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WeiKhuen
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sylvia
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 Posted 20th February 2008 01:18   IP           Reply with quote Edit Post Delete post
Fantastic !!!!!!!!! I'ld love to see the original too...
What program did you use? Painter?
Sylvia
PS: Hmmm, did you take this picture close to Chiang Mai, by any chance? In that umbrellas village??

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WeiKhuen
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 Posted 20th February 2008 01:26   IP           Reply with quote Edit Post Delete post
You are right. It was taken in ChangMai Umbrella Village. Were you there, too? I don;t have the original now, I will post it tomorrow.

I use painter to modify the photo :")
   
sylvia
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 Posted 20th February 2008 01:49   IP           Reply with quote Edit Post Delete post
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You are right. It was taken in ChangMai Umbrella Village. Were you there, too?

Yep, which is why I knew where you had taken the picture!
Great job!!!
Sylvia

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WeiKhuen
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 Posted 21st February 2008 01:17   IP           Reply with quote Edit Post Delete post
The original photo before editing with painter



Another photo taken from the same place





   
RayGuselli
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 Posted 21st February 2008 07:11   IP           Reply with quote Edit Post Delete post
WONDERFUL!!!!!!!!!

My favourite of all your images so far....

This is one to hang on the wall (alongside the others)

Guess you are going to need a big house for all your images or you will run out of wall-space!!!

Best Wishes

Ray
   
sylvia
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 Posted 21st February 2008 18:22   IP           Reply with quote Edit Post Delete post
Oh wow, those pictures are beautiful, especially the second one! You were lucky to catch her with all the umbrellas around her!!! Or did you put them there? :eyebrow: :smile:
Sylvia

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JohnW
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 Posted 21st February 2008 19:27   IP           Reply with quote Edit Post Delete post
Great work, love the painter images you have done.
John
   
thesnapper
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 Posted 21st February 2008 19:29   IP           Reply with quote Edit Post Delete post
Yes first class painting and photographs, a pleasure to view.

Neal
   
HelenC
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 Posted 21st February 2008 20:48   IP           Reply with quote Edit Post Delete post
Beautiful colourful images!
   
WeiKhuen
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Oh wow, those pictures are beautiful, especially the second one! You were lucky to catch her with all the umbrellas around her!!! Or did you put them there? :eyebrow: :smile:
Sylvia


It was a photo shoot setup including the model and umbrella.
   
WeiKhuen
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 Posted 11th March 2008 15:29   IP           Reply with quote Edit Post Delete post


The original is at

http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2155...7cd900210_o.jpg
   



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