****QUESTION***** Is it me or is the selective colouring or selective desaturation such a cumbersome process in Photoshop CS2??? Firstly one has to be a rocket scientist to learn these techniques, then it takes soo long I keep thinking why bother. I just generally still use Adobe Elements for all my selective desaturation. bang bang, done, no faffing around with layers and all :) So am I being lazy or is it really a cumbersome process people ????
Okay have decided to BIG UP my little city of Milton Keynes, land of the thousand roundabout, land of the the concrete cows, land of tree-lined boulevards, a clean, green environment and clean-cut modern buildings.
Land of one of the biggest shopping centres in the country, an indoor ski slope with "real" snow and the most successful theatre outside the West End.
What do most visitors see when first visiting MK (assumimg they came by train)? Yes it's the Milton Keynes Train Station. So what better way to pay homage to this lovely City I call home? Put up this image ofcourse :)
One of the things I love about MK is the fact I can get anywhere I want to in 15 minutes maximum, and guess what, we have everything you can find in London or any other Major city just outside my door. Anyone know of any other city you can go to Costco, Tesco Extra, Asda, Ikea and even stop of at your local Wagamama in under 4 hours? Yep MK is it.
MK, land of no traffic. How anyone lives in London & New York (2 of the places I personally dislike), I will never know.
Anyway, hope you guys all had a lovely fun weekend. May this coming week by more successful than last week. Have fun guys and keep blogging, keep visiting shutterchance.com and most importantly, keep smiling.
Ars longa, vita brevis"
Thank you thank you thank you all for the lovely comments on my image yesterday.
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