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    Default The bubble

    and tweaked just a little

    Bubble by Ian Theobald, on Flickr
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    Default Re: The bubble

    thats a big bubble Ian but just gets a bit lost amongst the busy background

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    Default Re: The bubble

    thought it worked where I destaturated the background, some you win
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    Default Re: The bubble

    It certainly pops better for the desaturation but not the ideal background but what can you do hey, it where she stood!
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    cheers Alan
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    Default Re: The bubble

    Well done for capturing the whole bubble Ian

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    Default Re: The bubble

    Worth the capture for the incredible bubble

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    Default Re: The bubble

    thanks Tom & Paul

    Well done for capturing the whole bubble Ian
    I did cheat a little as its not totally level, if it was I clip the bubble :)
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    Default Re: The bubble

    Fabulous bubble Rubbish background

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    Default Re: The bubble

    You will have to book her to appear outside some of your more dramatic backdrops - now that you know the concept works!!!
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