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Posted by
shoti (somewhere in, China) on 22 February 2010 in People & Portrait and Portfolio.

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Ardan from Manila, Philippines

galing ng processing part! pa-share naman ng workflow! hahaha.

nag preprenup ka na?

22 Feb 2010 6:15am

@Ardan: haha kaya mo naman ata yan e! de brad, nakipitik lang ako hehe salamat!

Karine*Mazloumian from Paris, France

A simple image reinvented by the post-processing : new bride, old editing, nice collision ;)

22 Feb 2010 8:40am

@Karine*Mazloumian: yep, simple and ordinary image :)

jeanclaude from st mande 94160, France

simple but wonderful

22 Feb 2010 9:02am

Dimitrios, think positive. from ATHENS, Greece

great shot to make

22 Feb 2010 11:19am

Anne from Singapore, Singapore

A pretty nice processing of a wedding shot

22 Feb 2010 12:16pm

Xerophytes from London, United Kingdom

tol, how did you do the effect? Great! :)

22 Feb 2010 1:34pm

@Xerophytes: textures pre. konting photoshop clicks lang yan ;) tenks!

Ian Smith from London, United Kingdom

Nice processing!

22 Feb 2010 1:48pm

Louloupix from NEW YORK, United States

I love what you did there. The ps gives a nice touch.
Tender picture for me.

22 Feb 2010 3:50pm

Fred from Manila, Philippines

daaaaaaaaaaamn! The light contrast and saturation is just perfect! The texture makes it even more special! Do you do this regularly now? I think you could bro!

22 Feb 2010 4:21pm

@Fred: hehe uso magpakasal dito pre. kahit san ka tumingin, kasal dito, kasal dun. nakita ko lang may shoot sila kaya nakipitik din ako hehehe salamat pre pero tingin ko dko kaya mga ganito :)

Curly from South Shields, United Kingdom

Nicely worked processing Shoti.

22 Feb 2010 10:46pm

Pavan Kaul from Mumbai, India

An example of great creativity Edwin! Well done!

23 Feb 2010 2:48am

Luis from Mexico, Mexico

Talk about styles, love this tone and the worn out effect --or is it real from a film print?. I personally would had added a bit more contrast in the tonal range to make it pop a bit more and a little less of the scratching, but it's a great image, nonetheless.

23 Feb 2010 3:15am

@Luis: of course it's just photoshop hehe I was thinking about the contrast but then I thought vintage images were supposed to be a little flatter compared to digital . is it not? hehe thanks for the visit Luis