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Going crazy with Picasaaa


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Effects:
1. Vignette
2. Layers of graduated tint
3. Boost
4. Cross Process

Tweak with Shadows. Finish off with Auto Contrast and I'm Feeling Lucky.

In above picture is Sabrina at Whitehern House Historical Site, Downtown Hamilton. Shot taken by Farhanah.

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 A lot of Graduated Tint
Auto Contrast and I'm Feeling Lucky

This is Yashodini, outside of Whitehern House.

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Similar as above pictures. This picture is taken by Farhanah. Featuring Sabrina, Yashodini and Alyssa at St. Paul's Church, Downtown Hamilton.

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Saturation and Lomo. Finish off with Auto Contrast and I'm Feeling Lucky.

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Vignette and Boost.

At Pier 8, Bayfront Hamilton.

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Saturation and Lomo. Tweak Fill Light. Finish off with the usuals.

Desjardin Canal. The division between marsh and lake.

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Cross Process

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Effects: 
 Cross Process and Fill Light

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