la llum al centre de l'aigua i els reflexes dels edificis queda molt maco , una perspectiva molt bona.
no se que m'ha passat abans que m'ha saltat el missatge a mitges. NJ & SB Photography - 12 May 2008
Ian - it's a vignette blur. You can do it "manually" or using plugins/filters/actions that will do that more easily. To do it manually I personally prefer irregular selections (rather than elliptical, for example), copy on new layer and play with the blur (gaussian, motion) and layer opacity...it depends on the picture. m a r t a - 12 May 2008
Classy image! By bronzing the canal you not only antiqued it but you also gave it a classic feel. I've seen canals like these so I can only imagine how noisy with drab colors the original must have been.
pete - 12 May 2008
Thanks Marta...I'll give it a try! Ian Bramham - 12 May 2008
I love the softness of your images. Very impressive. Jesse Moscoe - 31 May 2008
This is unbelievably good. The texture on the water is spot on and great blur job as well. 360 Pixels - 10 Jun 2008
Realmente "apetitosa" !! ;) Muy bien usado el desenfoque y sobre todo felicitades por tu nominación en Photo Friday! Además por partida doble!! Todo queda en casa! ;) José-Angel - 08 May 2009
so creative and fantastic result as usual! Well done! micha - 12 May 2009
Chocolate river is a beautiful example of how selective depth of field can really make a photo. It reminds me of an old restored photo, with the tones warmed up and that old nostalgic feel. Like it was shot on medium format film with rails for adjusting the bellows and focal planes. Excellent! Restoring old photos - 05 Oct 2009