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Thanks, Randy. I agree about Photoshop.
Yes, it is almost all done in Photoshop. It is the most incredible application ever invented. The initial HDR is mostly done in Photomatix Pro.
Do you use Photoshop, or how do you manipulate them?
Tahani, Thanks! All of these prints are photography based. Each is processed according to its individual needs. Many begin as HDR photographs, which involves the merger of multiple exposures of the same exact image. From there the images are further manipulated until I get a satisfactory result. Thanks again for the comment.
Randy, I really like the way you've captured the light and detail in these recent pictures you've posted. May I ask what your medium is?
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