Different Perspective

by - Friday, August 06, 2010

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10 comments

  1. Brinjal. Not a favorite. But, eat when ma cooks it. :-)

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  2. @Paresh,
    Same here …lol

    @K,
    Not me… but my mum does :) there are few more different plants too. I’ll try to get some pics later ;)

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  3. I like the way you have segmented the pic.

    Suggestion; Try uneven segments too, with the main subject in a smaller segment.I guess that would balance out the focus of the pic...

    Just one of my weired hypothesis...never tried myself...lol

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  4. Smexy! Love the contrasting colors. Love how you have focused it.

    cheers!

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  5. @Silent,
    Thanks for the comment and for the suggestion.

    I think I got what you are trying to say ..lol

    But first I would love to see a example form you =D

    @Me-shak,
    Thanks for the comment bro,

    Longtime no see :D

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  6. nice colour combination.how did u make it in segments?pls share.and this brinjal needs more manure :-)

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  7. In Photoshop

    I used rectangle marquee tool (M) to select the areas that I wanted to create new layers.

    Then I created separate layers by copy and paste the selected area. In this case three separate selections.

    Then I added white boarder to each of the layer (in the main menu, Edit >> Stroke)

    PS: I used a black background layer and arranged the other layers on it.

    Hope this helps. If you need more details please do let me know. I might be able to mail with more clear examples.

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  8. Nice plant shots.. bright and vivid.

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