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photoblog image Twiddle Time Again 8/10

Twiddle Time Again 8/10

 

Eastward Bound.

 

If you look back to here you will perhaps remember seeing this image on a collage a couple of weeks back.

 

This time I have played around again with an "Out of Border" technique to give it this look.

 

I have got a PDF instruction file I can email to you if you are at all interested in having a go at this technique yourself, just let me know.

 

The English Tourist Board have picked up this image on my Flickr site and may use it for their refurbished website due out shortly.

Twiddle Time Again 8/10

 

Eastward Bound.

 

If you look back to here you will perhaps remember seeing this image on a collage a couple of weeks back.

 

This time I have played around again with an "Out of Border" technique to give it this look.

 

I have got a PDF instruction file I can email to you if you are at all interested in having a go at this technique yourself, just let me know.

 

The English Tourist Board have picked up this image on my Flickr site and may use it for their refurbished website due out shortly.

comments (29)

Nice bit of OOB work Brian, I've tried a couple myself but for some reason never posted them, trains do seem to suit the process though.

Congratulations on being found by the ETB, Seahouses is a grand place to visit, the Society is planning a trip there in June.
Brian Walbey: One of the chaps in my club who is also on Flickr has become very adept at OOB, but doesn't show them at the club. Hope you enjoy Seahouses.
  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 30 Mar 2011, 01:22
I wouldn't do this, but really like seeing you do it so competently, Brian.
Brian Walbey: Thanks Ray.
  • vintage
  • Australia
  • 30 Mar 2011, 03:02
Very good twiddle
Brian Walbey: Thanks vintage.
  • Peter
  • Canada
  • 30 Mar 2011, 04:46
You are sure getting a lot of mileage out of your little stream engine Brian....i like it....i like it a lotgrin....petersmile
Now can you get it off of my desk!!!
Brian Walbey: LOl. No more trains for a bit Peter, I don't think!
  • rem_la
  • France
  • 30 Mar 2011, 06:01
joli travail de présentation !
Brian Walbey: Many thanks.
  • Astrid
  • Netherlands
  • 30 Mar 2011, 07:01
Love the Twiddle, this kind of pictures are perfect for the twiddle.
Just love it.
Brian Walbey: Many thanks Astrid.
Could be a brochure for a locomotive builder or something, I can understand it was picked up by ETB
Brian Walbey: Thanks Marion.
  • Ginnie
  • Netherlands
  • 30 Mar 2011, 07:27
I was just reminding Astrid over the weekend about this kind of twiddle and how fun it would be to try it one day, Brian. I have the PDF file from the last time you did it. One day!
Brian Walbey: Have a go when you get back from holiday Ginnie, I look forward to seeing an example of your labours.
  • Chris
  • England
  • 30 Mar 2011, 07:28
It really does look as if it's jumping out of the screen Brian
Brian Walbey: It has worked better with this than some others I have done.
  • Chad Doveton
  • Where latitude and longitude meet.
  • 30 Mar 2011, 07:48
That scared the life out of me Brian, I thought it was coming through my screen.
Brian Walbey: Sorry about that Chad, calm down, it's only a picture!
  • zed
  • Australia
  • 30 Mar 2011, 08:23
Great processing Brian, l would love a copy of the how to file
Brian Walbey: Thanks Tony, I will email you the file.
Another fine twiddle Brian, hope you make a bucket full of money with the other pic.
Brian Walbey: Thanks Michael, sadly money isn't involved but it's nice to have ones work on show.
Clever stuff Brian and enjoy the fees that you get from ETB
Brian Walbey: Thanks Richard, sadly money isn't involved but it's nice to have ones work on show
  • Chantal
  • Nederland
  • 30 Mar 2011, 08:56
awesome treatment, PS rules I think
Brian Walbey: Thanks Chantal.
  • Chantal
  • Nederland
  • 30 Mar 2011, 08:57
I would love to receive the PDF file...
Brian Walbey: Email on the way shortly Chantal.
You must be very clever to be able to do this sort of thing Brian
Brian Walbey: Just followed the PDF Stanley, I will email you a copy, you might fancy giving it a go.
Brilliant! It really makes this a special image.
Brian Walbey: Thanks Mary.
The train is great to do this with Brian, it looks really good smile
Brian Walbey: Thanks Linda.
Clever stuff, Brian - I'll be interested to see the pdf file. Lovely shots of Seahouses - I hope that the ETB is paying a fee for your pic - I get the strong impression that more and more organizations are trying to do things on the cheap by not employing professional photographers.
Brian Walbey: Thanks Tom. Sadly ETB are not paying a fee, par for the course these days as you say. You should have the PDF by now I hope.
Very well done Brian and it works very well with the train. Great work .
Brian Walbey: Thanks Laurette.
  • Alan
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 30 Mar 2011, 12:40
"Going off the tracks" would suit as a title, too - it's a pity our railways are managed so poorly and at such a huge cost.

Wel ldone on your ETB selection, by the way. I must look tonight when I get home as such delights as Flickr are blocked at the Mad House.
Brian Walbey: Yes good title that Alan, why didn't I think of it.
A fine twidle Brian. well done on the English tourist board picture
Brian Walbey: Thanks Bill.
A great effect Brian and congratulations on ETB using your super pic.
Brian Walbey: Thanks Janet.
it has been a while since i travelled on the crosscountry trains. the ones i took then were of bombardier stock from derby. nice effect, well executed.

as for the effect being discussed here, i do not know who this is more shocking for: the viewer imagining the train bursting out from the screen? or the neatly dressed, composed looking driver ploughing his train into a room grin
Brian Walbey: Thanks Ayush. I suspect this would frighten a few meek souls projected large on a screen.
  • anniedog
  • United Kingdom
  • 30 Mar 2011, 22:38
Congratulations on the recognition. This looks like the train is coming straight at you - made me want to duck!
Brian Walbey: Yes it does have that effect, thanks Ingrid.
Coming out of a fireplace would be really cool Brian smile
Brian Walbey: What a good idea John, worth a try if I can find a suitable fireplace.
That's a great technique Brian, especially with a train. smile
Brian Walbey: Thanks Pamela.
Out of border effect made for this type of picture, Brian. Well done!
Brian Walbey: Thanks Graeme.
This is abolutely amazing Brian.I would love the instructions on this techniue.
Well done !!
Brian Walbey: Thanks Elsabe, I will email you the PDF instructions to have a look at.

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