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4 new composites

Tenorplayer

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1. Gemini sunrise
Gemini sunrise_small.jpg

2. Snowy mountains Vulcans
Snow mountains Vulcans_small.jpg

3. Tornado mountain pair
Tornado snow pair_small.jpg

Vulcan power climb
Vulcan XH588_ high climb_small.jpg
 
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Jason

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#3 is excellent Rob. I’d imagine you could sell a good few prints of that this year.
 

Snips

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These are excellent, as always and I especially like No2 - good light and oil painting feeling to it.
 

Tenorplayer

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Minor Problem

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Love these Rob especially number 1.

Did you find a stock Earth image or is it a manufactured / rendered one??

To be honest I'm a bit wary about putting anything up these days as reception seems a bit like warm apart from the usual dozen or so old time suspects
 

Tenorplayer

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The earth is an inverted blue sky sunset of my own Barry, with a black silhouette Foreground which I stretched and added black canvas , then made a curvature in tho horizon. It's a regular trick of mine to invert a sky to look like a high angle , above the clouds look for my aircraft shots. The blue sky looks like the ocean underneath the clouds .but keep that to yourself :).. Oh, and thank you ! @Minor Problem
 
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SFTphotography

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Way better than I could ever do. Get them on P4Me - they'll make you a few quid. The last two are immense but I would change the colour balance in 4 to a little more topaz in hue
 

Tenorplayer

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Thanks Stephen, they are already on p4m, lens2print and America fine art, I have about 88 aircraft shots on each of them. But in truth although there are folk on there who sell many such shots, I sell more of other kinds of shot. My main problem is that I'm a passive (lazy) seller and really should have my own site to guide potentials to the sale sites. @SFTphotography
 

Snips

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I'm a bit wary about putting composite work on the site nowadays as I know they are not to everyone's tastes
Neither are horse shots or landscapes or birds or spot colour or ... the list goes on. And isn't it lucky that we all like different things as it wouldn't be half boring if we only put up one genre?

For me, keep posting please as one composite I created was based on an idea that came from one of yours that I'd seen. It looked nothing like yours but the basic idea was similar.

[Edit]Also when you explain things like that sunset turned over - what a brilliant idea! - it makes for an interesting read and helps the learning.
 

rebel06

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The earth is an inverted blue sky sunset of my own Barry, with a black silhouette Foreground which I stretched and added black canvas , then made a curvature in tho horizon. It's a regular trick of mine to invert a sky to look like a high angle , above the clouds look for my aircraft shots. The blue sky looks like the ocean underneath the clouds .but keep that to yourself :).. Oh, and thank you ! @Minor Problem
Would like a play at this Rob ... how did you curve the horizon?
Paul
 

Tenorplayer

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First you need to add extra canvas at the top, and paint it black. Then you could try filter/ lens correction/custom, then move the top slider ( distortion) over to the left to get the curve you want. In mine , I just painted the curve with a softish black brush.
Alternatively, once you have the black extra canvas, you can draw a eliptical selection across the image, and use the Selection/transform selection tool to alter the curve shape to your taste,then you invert the selection and paint on the extra black outside the curve to simulate deep space.
Have fun Space cadet :)
 
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