I'm a newbie to photoshop and just thought I'd share this with everyone. It's Kumba from Busch Gardens Africa. For those who havn't been there or arn't familiar with the ride, having 2 coasters in this position would not be possible without photoshop.
Does anyone else have photoshoped pictures they would like to share with the class? :)
one of my favorites... just a simple color photo turned black and white, and then "painted in"... i'll probably do more when i get a chance. TRIVIA OF THE DAY: anybody know what park that was taken at?
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Posted that one here sometime last fall.
No so much a 'photoshopped' pic as a couple stuck together. Same idea though. :)
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Edit: Might as well make it 2.
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This is Kraken at Sea World Florida. The capacity of the ride would be so much better if they ran the trains this close. ;)
This is good but I'd like it better if it was just the train with the color and not the flags. Still cool.
And Gonch thought his was a block violation. ;)
Be sure you look at all pages!
And it's a wallpaper, so if you love it so much, put it on the desktop! *** Edited 7/27/2006 3:28:36 AM UTC by CoastersNSich***
Also railroads + Coasters on Something Awful:
And my favorite from the SA bunch: http://i.somethingawful.com/inserts/articlepics/photoshop/11-19-04-railroads/bytebark.jpg
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be sure to scroll down on each link to see them all
That one is NOT PhotoShop. Instead, it's done with a chroma keyer in Avid Xpress Pro, so if that were full-motion video, the effect would happen in real time. That's also why part of the yellow line on the load side (right around Load #3) also shows up in color...it was the same color as the yellow that I tried to keep. The cool part is that I was able to mask the effect to leave the track grey: remember, that track is yellow.
--Dave Althoff, Jr.
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