reedit of failure PMAE No. 102 ( )

Week 50 of the Dogwood Challenge:"Use the SOOC shot from the beginning of the challenge and re-edit it to it's full glory....".
Mine was ( ) Getting to this image was a challenge unto itself. I haven't kept up with my manual backup list of my shots since April of this year so I was going at it the slow-mo method of click, click, click... then thought to look in the month of February shots, bingo found it but how to get to its link. Grrrrrrrrrrrrr! I did figure out that if I just change the https stuff a bit I could maybe get to it.

Anyway, enough of my technology limitations. I like the inverse much better than the original. Good thing because I didn't shoot raw for this one since I knew that I couldn't edit it. Of course, if I had read ahead, I would have realized that I needed to re-edit this puppy later. Details, details... my life's limitations.

The link doesn't seem to working so (GRRRRRR! DOUBLE GRRRR)

UPDATE: Thanks to Chris @cjphoto my link now works
posted December 11th, 2017  
@joemuli Thank you so very kindly for the fav. Sometimes being negative works, not often, thank goodness.
posted December 11th, 2017  
I haven't got a clue how you did this, but that doesn't matter, it makes for a cool shot!
posted December 11th, 2017  
This is amazingly cool!! The darkness and the look of liquid inside is magnificent!!

P.S. the link isn't working because of the parenthesis on the end is connected to it. Try adding a space there. Like this:

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posted December 11th, 2017  
Very intriguing. I like it.
posted December 11th, 2017  
@overalvandaan I took the image into photoshop and used the inverse adjustment and played with contrast. Thank you so much.

@deborah63 Thank you a great deal.
posted December 11th, 2017  
@cjphoto You are a genius! Thousands of thanks!!! Thank goodness I don't need to make a living using computers.
posted December 11th, 2017  
Haha you're welcome! I used to make the same mistake all the time. Sometimes I didn't even notice it until weeks later. :P Happy to help!
posted December 11th, 2017  
Nice shot and lighting effect. Don't know how your do it all so technically.
posted December 14th, 2017  
Interesting re-edit, but I thought the edit was for the sooc image? Which would have been this one of yours -
posted December 31st, 2017  
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