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    Re: Abstracts

    Quote Originally Posted by readingr
    PS. how about resurrecting the Oxford event?
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    Re: Abstracts

    I saw "abstracts" in the title and thought nah, not interested, but I was bored and looked .... WOW WOW WOW. These are all beautiful!! These look like money-makers to me!


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    Re: Abstracts

    Nice thread and thanks for the tutorial - I just got Elements,last week,and it will help me to explore,next free time i have.
    Btw,I think they are wonderful - especially like Mike's 'planet" and Jetrims No.2.

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    Re: Abstracts

    Been laid up for a few days so the camera hasn't been busy and Rufus is getting a rest but will probably get out tomorrow.
    I decided to start messing about with Mike's instructions and after a couple straight ones did some experimenting.
    Where do you find the lighten blend mode using pse 6?
    Anyway here's my best so far.
    I wish I'd tilted it more, actually.
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    Re: Abstracts

    frog - I don't know about PSE6, but the following screenshot from PSE5 shows where the blending modes (like 'lighten') can be accessed. It's that which gives the teardrop effect.

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    Thanks, Mike! The one button I didn't click.
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    Re: Abstracts

    Bravo, excellent command of PS
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