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  1. #1456

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    Re: The Disneyland Photo of the Day...

    For today's "Pretty" photo, here's one from the little deck just north of the Mark Twain loading dock. If you time it right, you can catch the Columbia and the Mark Twain getting ready for Fantasmic. The lighting is gorgeous and you will usually have the sunset in the sky. In the original version of this photo, I had a beautiful sky and captured a much larger scene but the HDR processing made a lot of noise in the sky no matter what I did. So, I decided that the two ships were the main focus of the photo so I cropped out most of the sky and top of the Columbia, which seems to have worked out beautifully. Now you see the ships and can enjoy the warm mood they have instead of a noisy sky and them being much smaller in the frame.
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    Re: The Disneyland Photo of the Day...

    I love that viewpoint! Such a great view of the river and the ships.
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    Re: The Disneyland Photo of the Day...

    Today's "Pretty" is from the last Mice Chat Photo Meet. We kept striking out on locations to shoot the fireworks in Tomorrowland so we ended up in front of It's a Small World. You do miss significant portions of the show but it does give some unique photo opportunities and there is never a crowd in your way.
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    Re: The Disneyland Photo of the Day...

    Sorry I was busy last week. I will be in Disneyland for the next few days so I will have a new tutorial when I get back. It will be showing you how to combine a sequence of images together like this.


    Or frame it to look like this.
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    Re: The Disneyland Photo of the Day...

    Once again I apologize for being absent for so long. These late night hours at work are seriously putting a cramp in my writing. (I actually saw the sun starting to rise when I went to bed this morning) I swear I will have a new tutorial up soon. I have several in the works and am going to be at Disneyland on Tuesday shooting photos for several more really good ones. (assuming the photos turn out good)

    In the mean time, here's a "Pretty" for today. I took this Tuesday night of the Halloween Screams Fireworks show. I completely bombed on getting good shots and wasn't happy with any of them. This one was one of the only ones that I thought I might be able to salvage. Since the fireworks were over exposed and the castle was under exposed I was planning on turning it to black and white in an attempt to hide some of the flaws. I kept complaining about how bad the smoke was and how it was ruining the shot. As I looked at it further and actually looked at the smoke, I realized that the smoke was what made the shot unique and decided to use it as the feature of the photo. I added a touch of back light and increased the brilliance and viola!
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    Re: The Disneyland Photo of the Day...

    The smoke really makes the shot!

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    Re: The Disneyland Photo of the Day...

    Awesome shot Hot Sauce!

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    Re: The Disneyland Photo of the Day...

    Here's a Pretty for today. This was kind of a tough one to process because the marine layer was so heavy that it gave that god awful orange glow to it.


    I apologize again for not having a tutorial up in a while. The demands on my time have been overwhelming lately and I haven't been getting home till after 3 am every night.

    I'll be at Disneyland tomorrow shooting what will hopefully be some of my best and most pertinent lessons yet.
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    Re: The Disneyland Photo of the Day...

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    Today’s “Disneyland Photo Tip of the Day” is a simple post processing tip for combining multiple images together into one framed series of photos.

    If you’ve ever seen or taken a series of photos that you want to be viewed as one piece of art, combining those images together in one frame can be a great way of exhibiting them. This can be done by having them custom matted and framed or by combining them together and printing them as one image.

    I recently took a series of photos of one of the Little Mermaid dancers in the parade that I planned on showing as a set. I tried and tried for hours to figure out how to combine them together in Photoshop Elements (which I know can do it but obviously don’t know how) but got so frustrated I gave up.

    I opened up Photoscape and was stunned at how fast and easy it was not only to figure out but to do. So let’s give it a whirl shall we…

    When you open Photoscape, click on the Combine tab at the top of the page.


    I cropped off the left side of the page that shows the list of all the photo albums and photos in the open album but all you do is drag the images you want to combine into the center of the frame. You can see at the top of the page the thumbnails of the 3 images. If you want to rearrange them, simply click on those thumbnails and move them where you want.


    Notice at the bottom of the page I have the Preview Zoom set to 10%. This is the only way to see them all on the page.


    In the menu on the right side of the page there is a button with a star next to it called Frame.


    If you click on the Frame button, it brings up this little window.


    If you click on the little arrow, it gives you this big drop down menu with all kinds of different frames you can choose from to put around each image.


    For my images I wanted them to look like they were matted and framed so I chose Pattern16.


    If you click on the little star next to the frame button you can add any frame to your favorites to speed things up another time.


    This is what it looks like at this point.


    If you want a different color for the frame, simply click on the color tab and in this menu and you can choose from any color or a custom one if you want.


    Once you’re happy simply save it and that’s it. Here is the final result.


    This is actually the image I wanted to do this to but I had already shown it to you so I thought the ones above would work well for this tutorial. Personally, I think I like it better with no frame around them and simply one solid black image. But, that all depends upon the particular photo and your desire for it.



    I hope this helps you create some wall art of your own.

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    Re: The Disneyland Photo of the Day...

    3am??? Wow.

    I'm impressed you're able to come and give us some pretty with that kind of a schedule! Thanks for all you do!
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    Re: The Disneyland Photo of the Day...

    Just discovered how to add multiple pics on a single frame easily in Photoshop Elements. Trick one is decide what pics you need they should be all done as far as processing goes. Open them one after the other. Then open New (box opens to right) Panorama (box opens choose Interactive layout). choose the add open images and process Immediatly a box will say could not create, Hit OK and wait it will open yet another window with your open pics on a thumbnail at the top. line your pic the way you want and overlap as you will it will show you how it will crop and blend the image. Process and the pic will finally open in the main processing window. You may then process and fine tune just like a normal pic. Here if I can manage it is a combo from a dinner.Name:  bifstekcopy.jpg
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    Re: The Disneyland Photo of the Day...

    That is a great shot of the fireworks!
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    Re: The Disneyland Photo of the Day...

    Sorry I've been out of touch. I was at Disneyland on Tuesday and a really bad experience with security kind of took the wind out of me for a few days and I've just been swamped at work. I have a few new tutorials planned out, I just need to finish editing the photos in the very limited time I have. Here's a few pretties in the mean time. I call them Zero's fly by's.


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    Re: The Disneyland Photo of the Day...

    O_O on these pics! WOW!
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    Re: The Disneyland Photo of the Day...

    Love the new shots... Thanks for sticking with this despite your busy schedule. I think I speak for many people when I say that this is one of the best threads on MiceChat.

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