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Warhen

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Deep on the dust and fine control of the central star. Maybe I find the tones a little cold though? A tad more red low down?

Olly

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I think it's an awesome image, well done Warren :icon_salut:

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I see that skull your right it's pretty scary, but what a great image.

I know about your cd collection of tutorials but when are you bringing out a photoshop book Warren, is there one in the pipe line?

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Can't see it :icon_salut:

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Great Image - I cannot see the skull though :icon_salut:

Ant

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I've had the screen at all angles and can't see the skull either :icon_salut:

Great image Warren.

Edited by Spikey

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The very bright star is at the top of the skull below that its eyes and it has a vampire type mouth rather then a skull type mouth if that makes any sense.

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Maybe the attached will help? Come on guys, engage that right brain! ;>) Olly, agreed- I am having an odd color management thing again. I've bumped that BG to ruddier but it is not being displayed- got to chase this bugaboo down!

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Ah I see it now. I must have been expecting something a bit more Christopher Lee :icon_salut:

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I love Christopher Lee, and am a certified Hammer Film nut!

Speaking of Hammer, Quatermass (Experiment) I have a year to deliver a Photoshop book to Springer Press. My co-author is PS programmer and astro-imager Alan Erickson.

Olly, I figured out my color space issue. Check the image again please, should see a subtle shift to ruddy/warmer dust. It's that darn Windows 7 secret Laszlo Pusztai Photography - Stop Losing Display Calibration with Windows 7 it had been set correctly but got overlooked when I got the new monitor! BTW guys, missing this subtle setting will whack you out! Images in PS, the web, Windows viewers, etc. will all look different. :<(

Thanks very much guys.

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Ah yes, now THAT is dust, splutters Olly, as he gropes to open the window...

I felt a bit cheeky critiquing one of yours, Warren, but I'm glad there was something in it. Great link. Thanks. I certainly need to follow it through carefully - once the dust has settled!!

Olly

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I love Christopher Lee, and am a certified Hammer Film nut!

Speaking of Hammer, Quatermass (Experiment) I have a year to deliver a Photoshop book to Springer Press. My co-author is PS programmer and astro-imager Alan Erickson.

Olly, I figured out my color space issue. Check the image again please, should see a subtle shift to ruddy/warmer dust. It's that darn Windows 7 secret Laszlo Pusztai Photography - Stop Losing Display Calibration with Windows 7 it had been set correctly but got overlooked when I got the new monitor! BTW guys, missing this subtle setting will whack you out! Images in PS, the web, Windows viewers, etc. will all look different. :<(

Thanks very much guys.

Ah thats great thank Warren. Looking forward to the book it will be a best seller for sure, I you love hammer horror films you should go and see the Woman in Black brilliant film

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I well remember Quatermass on the TV many years ago - watched avidly :)

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Quatermass and the pit was my favourite :)

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QM and the pit was one of my favourite movies as a kid.

It still gives me the heebie-jeebies now....

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:)And I was also the kid that was hiding behind the sofa when doctor who was fighting the cybermen:eek:

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