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    For those who missed it, another tutorial I enjoyed and have been unable to find again (I believe M. Brown on the Blog) is the basis for the halo or motion blur or whatever you see around the rose. It's simple but useful, as for this rose which had a little bit of wither.

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    Lovely rose with the water droplets. I like it's positon in the picture, but not quite sure what's going on with the leaf (petal?) just under the rose on the right side.
    Michael Brown's shots have inspired me as well. I've been working on them, but so far, not totally happy with my efforts .
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    Saralonde,

    Not sure; I believe the wither had taken its toll on outer petals (one not in shot was brown and split). This was shot pre-DPS, when all attention was on not getting my shadow in shot.

    Do you remember seeing the particular MB tutorial with small blue flowers given even more and better blur?
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    I thought this was going to be about a girl posing nude with the name of Rose.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jiminyClickit View Post
    Saralonde,

    Not sure; I believe the wither had taken its toll on outer petals (one not in shot was brown and split). This was shot pre-DPS, when all attention was on not getting my shadow in shot.

    Do you remember seeing the particular MB tutorial with small blue flowers given even more and better blur?
    Do you mean this? "Early Morning Pond Scene"
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    Saralonde,

    Similar, but the one I'm thinking of was shown more than a month ago, maybe two months, and I believe on the Blog. It's an itch I can't scratch. Thanks for the link, always a pleasure to see that one too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jiminyClickit View Post
    Saralonde,

    Similar, but the one I'm thinking of was shown more than a month ago, maybe two months, and I believe on the Blog. It's an itch I can't scratch. Thanks for the link, always a pleasure to see that one too.
    Hi Jiminy

    Are you sure it was on the DPS blog? There was a link to M. Brown's own blog sometime that I can remember linking to (can't remember what post I picked up the link - maybe the one about what photographers people like?). Not sure if there was any sort of tutorial there though?

    Anyway, just a thought in case you have any of my skill at 'knowing' where it came from :-).

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    Suze, Thanks

    Diligence works; I retraced steps of last few hundred posts. This was in Post Processing on forum:

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    i badly need photoshop tutorials..i've downloaded online books yet they're bit awful!!

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    badzy, Welcome

    Under "Search," I got 500 results for "tutorial." You could go through those, ask a more specific question (subject of PP needs), or go to the Sections about post processing. There is a lot of information here; getting to it requires specifics. Let us help if we can.
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