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Olive! I didn't see the new photos. I see only 15 in your album. :bawling:

But that's okay, I enjoyed looking at the ones you had in there. Butaleful roads! :laughing: :smoking:

Maybe the photos have to be approved? :conveyer:
 

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Nice pics, thanks for posting.
 

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Gladio said:
Olive! I didn't see the new photos. I see only 15 in your album. :bawling:

But that's okay, I enjoyed looking at the ones you had in there. Butaleful roads! :laughing: :smoking:

Maybe the photos have to be approved? :conveyer:

Just check this sub-album for the new pics, but everything seems to be ok now.

http://mvagusta.net/gallery/olive_2005automoto
 

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My pleasure Gladio !

Hope you'll like them !
 

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Olive,
Great photos as always!
Now I want to know how you placed the 'haze' effect that surrounds the Tamburini? It is very effective...how did you do it? :)
 

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The first thing you have to do is selecting the bike as perfectly as you can (I recommand you a graphic tablet with pencil. That's easier that with a mouse). Then you inverse and load the selection as a new channel.

For this effect, I use the "filter/artistic/underpainting" effect of photoshop. Playing with the parameters you'll make the effect you want.

Have a good work and show us your results, Agusta01.
 

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Olive,
Great photos as always!
Now I want to know how you placed the 'haze' effect that surrounds the Tamburini? It is very effective...how did you do it? :)[/QUOTE

It's quite normal after 5 litres of Belgian beer. :laughing: :laughing: :laughing:
 

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agusta01 said:
Olive,
Great photos as always!
Now I want to know how you placed the 'haze' effect that surrounds the Tamburini? It is very effective...how did you do it? :)[/QUOTE

It's quite normal after 5 litres of Belgian beer. :laughing: :laughing: :laughing:
:laughing: :naughty:
 

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Absolutely right, John ! Hips !
 
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