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Photographer Jack Bell's Beautiful Image of the Grand Prize Winner, The Ice Queen, at The Magic Festival  Lake Louise in Banff National Park, Canada. The Magic Festival Is A World Class Ice Carving Competition. 

This image provides a great opportunity for new users of PTE to learn about some of the possibilities of the use of masking. The original photo was taken into Photoshop and the actual ice sculpture portions were painted pure white using the brush tool. The remainder of the image was painted pure black. Then this was saved as a mask and the mask content was the snow animation above the original image. The PTE "color filter"  coloration blue  was keyframed near the end of the presentation to simulate the appearance at night. The original image was also used again as the blurred background to facilitate the 16:9 aspect ratio for the slide.

Lin

 

 

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Hi Lin

well done. That is a really good effect, I will have to try it sometime.

Gogs

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18 hours ago, Lin Evans said:

The original image was also used again as the blurred background to facilitate the 16:9 aspect ratio for the slide.

Lin

 

 

That's one way of doing it or you could just stretch the original image to fit the 16:9 frame. Nothing in the picture would give away the fact.

 

I do like the fade to night effect.

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Excellent effect Lin! Shows the power of a great imagination and masking.

Kieron

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