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    The Artist's Brushes

    We visited an artist friend yesterday. These are just some of her brushes. I'm not sure how this will look on your monitors, I've only got my laptop with me.

    Toni
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    I like the composition Toni however you need a bit more contrast and saturation to make this pop a bit more and to be quite honest it is a bit soft....nothing really in focus. Sorry but keep at it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by old dog View Post
    I like the composition Toni however you need a bit more contrast and saturation to make this pop a bit more and to be quite honest it is a bit soft....nothing really in focus. Sorry but keep at it.
    Umm... Graeme, this one is in the Not for Critique forum.

    @Toni - just "some" of her brushes! And I thought photography was an expensive hobby!
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    A few people have given me the brush. Glad I don't know your artist friend.
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    Hmm! Photoshop manual edition.
    CC, Image editing OK.

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    That's amazing Toni
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    Quite a collection!

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    Thanks everyone - yes, you should see the rest of her studio
    This is a pretty severe crop. I didn't really want to show her face, without her permission (she's pretty well known and is working on a painting for the next Sulman).

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