Category Archives: Pixel cloning

English Civil War re-enactment

English Civil War re-enactment, originally uploaded by foto-art. The Sealed Knot at Nantwich, Cheshire. Another shot of the Sealed Knot in action. This guy was spinning the blue flag around like a cheerleader, and I just kept taking shots hoping … Continue reading

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Windswept tree 2

Windswept tree 2, originally uploaded by foto-art. Windswept tree near Mow Cop, South Cheshire. A contre-Jour or into-the-light shot. Once again use of the rule of thirds is made. If I were to do anything more to this shot it … Continue reading

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Wedgwood Hall – retouching photoshop tutorial

Wedgwood Hall, originally uploaded by foto-art. The Georgian Hall of the Wedgwood family at Barlaston in Staffordshire is given an art effect trestment using Photoshop filters. The original image had a great big 4×4 car parked in front of the … Continue reading

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