It's graduation time!

This board is for the June 2007 Curvemeister 101 class
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Postby -default » Mon Jul 02, 2007 7:10 am

We are at the end of the class.  Congratulations to each of you who made it through all the examples!  I hope you've gotten some knowledge of how to extend the contrast of an image, get rid of a color cast, and a bit about local contrast enhancement and skin tones. 

The suggested solutions for week 4 are located here:
http://curvemeister.com/downloads/Class/index_week5.htm

If questions remain, or if in the future a light bulb turns on and you have more questions, please feel free to post to the forum and share your question.  Not only will this get your answer, hopefully, but the fact that you posted will help the people who may have been on the verge of asking the same question.

Lastly, I've collected everyone's boat image and made them into a small gallery:
http://www.curvemeister.com/coppermine/thumbnails.php?album=73&page=1

Please vote for your favorites by giving a rating, from one to five stars, to each image.  This will allow everyone to see how they did, as judged by the other members of the class.  Please also provide a comment at the bottom of the image's web page, giving your reasons for liking the image or not. 

If you did not provide an image, there is still a little time to download the original boat image from the gallery, modify it, and email the image to me or upload it yourself to the gallery.

Many thanks to Greg for making the class into a memorable experience for all of us.

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Postby mikemeister_admin » Mon Jul 02, 2007 11:41 am

Mike,
I would like to thank you and Greg for a new experience. Even though I did not have time to do the week 4 examples, I enjoyed the class. I teach two online chemistry classes and I had an art exhibit and reception last Sunday with 60 pieces hanging. Fractal art is my specialty and you can see my work at  http://conally.smugmug.com/art    My photography is at  http://conally.smugmug.com
Thanks again for such an informative class
Tom Conally, NC4TC    which by the way is my amateur radio call.

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Postby ggroess » Mon Jul 02, 2007 1:41 pm

Tom,
Great Fractals...

Congratulations on your exhibit....

If you want to try the week 4 examples and post out here we do watch the boards after the class closes, and you can access the board and post.

Greg

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Postby mikemeister_admin » Tue Jul 03, 2007 11:34 pm

Hi guys,
Thanks for all your work in putting on the class.
I'm unable to see the ferry image gallery.
The gallery page loads but no images, only the message"No image to display".
any suggestions?

Thanks - mshop

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Postby -default » Tue Jul 03, 2007 11:50 pm

Right you are - I had not yet made the gallery visible.

http://www.curvemeister.com/coppermine/thumbnails.php?album=73&page=1

Please give a rating from one to five stars for each image, and add any comments you may have at the bottom of each image.  Click on each image an additional time to see the full sized 1K x 768 version.

If you have a version of the image, email it to mike@curvemeister.com and I'll add it to the gallery.


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