The Messy Pike Fly - Large, colorful, voluminous - just the kind of fly a large pike will like - Global FlyFisher

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10+ klilos or 20+ lbs


Pike in this size are not a common sight in any pike lake. We caught two on this particular day.

Photo/illustration: Martin Joergensen ©2014



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GFF staff comment
From: Martin Joergensen · martin·at·globalflyfisher.com  Link
Submitted June 13th 2007

Alex,

The "filter" is really an action and you need to start Photoshop, go to the actions palette or toolbox and select Load Actions from the menu. Locate the *.atn file, which you unzipped and load it and you can now realease it on any image by clicking on it and pressing the play button in the actions toolbox.

Martin


From: Alex Kirchner · alex-kirchner·at·web.de  Link
Submitted June 13th 2007

Hi Martin,
may I ask you for some help? I am very excited about this filter (and the gff-page in general). I downloaded the zip.file and opened it....my photoshop starts but nothing happend. The filter is not listet...What is wrong ?
Thanks a lot !


GFF staff comment
From: Martin Joergensen · martin·at·globalflyfisher.com  Link
Submitted September 10th 2006

Vince,

I used an Orton filter effect for Photoshop. It comes in the shape of an action. I found it mentioned in a discussion on DPReview. You can find it by following this link to the zip-file. It's developed by Joe Colson.

Martin


From: Vincent Derks · vincent_derks·at·hotmail.com  Link
Submitted September 10th 2006

Hi Martin,
I'm wondering what kind of effect or filter you use to accomplish this "blurry" effect to your pictures. I really like it. I can see in your picture information that you've used photoshop. Would you be kind enough to share this information?
Grtz, Vince



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Pike Flies
Large and gaudy flies for the toothy predators of the northern hemisphere.