Discussion in 'Cameras and Photography' started by onepixel, Jun 27, 2012.
This isn't actually very manipulated, but was taken at night, the lighting being an IR heat lamp. But seems to fit in with the theme.
Here's a before/after, also of that same lizard.
Posterized, and then curves wildly swung.
This just about crashed Olympus Viewer 3 - I cranked all the settings in 'Unsharp Mask' to the maximum along with saturation. It took several minutes to save as a jpg.
"Tree Of Life"
FUJIFILM X100, 23MM, F8, 1/1500, ISO 200
Here is one that's been heavily tweaked. Originally it was a blurry photo of plumeria flowers on the lawn.
Pasha Bulker / Bulka Aground by Johnno, on Flickr
That's either very heavily tweaked or an image straight out of the camera of someone doing a digital Spirograph while being sucked into a black hole.
Heavily tweaked images eh ? Hmm, let me see.....
power of colour by Justin Robert Bailey, on Flickr
Scraper by Justin Robert Bailey, on Flickr
Out Of Bounds attempt - Head by Justin Robert Bailey, on Flickr
I did this a few years ago while trying to teach my grandson how to use Photoshop. Alas, after a couple weeks he lost interest and has not even picked up the camera I bought for him. Another act of SHORT ATTENTION-SPAN THEATRE!
Not so "heavily" tweaked in Photoshop (just touched up a few minor things), but in the camera.
Anyone guess at what I did?
Some sort of light painting with a time exposure?
Yes, time exposure--this was taken at 11pm in July two years ago, when the yard is usually pitch black. I've been working on a series of images like this. It's eerie to see things lit differently at night (shadows fall different than by sunlight).
The lights are all solar LED lights.
EOS 60D w EF-S 18-135 At 135mm. RAW developed with DxO Optics Pro 10, tweaked with Photoshop CS2
Sony NEX-6, Sigma 30mm f2.8 DN Art. 100% crop - flower is the size of a quarter.
This was shot outdoors in natural light and still on the bush.
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