Discussion in 'Cameras and Photography' started by onepixel, Jun 27, 2012.
A color palette of a painting.
This is a macro shot of water droplets on a CD. The effect is a Photoshop filter called Fractalius. I think this is heavily tweaked
droplet 3 - the Fractalius way by Justin Robert Bailey, on Flickr
Sony NEX-C3, Samyang 8mm fisheye and the amazing Fractalius plugin for Photoshop.
Welcome by Justin Robert Bailey, on Flickr
Fractal manipulation of a large Marilyn Monroe picture in a local tourist park.
Fractals Are A Girls Best Friend by Justin Robert Bailey, on Flickr
Flowers of Fractalius
fractal flower by Justin Robert Bailey, on Flickr
The original image was an unfinished oil painting of mine. There are 25 progeny. All have the same digital DNA.
Salem's Riverfront Carousel. Taken in 2011.
Canon A1100IS, DxO Optics Pro 10.5.4
What makes this heavily tweaked?
the original. Tweaked image is HDR with a big saturation boost.
...started life as primavera:
Out of focus string lights.. slight under expose.
Last summer / fall I did some time exposures out behind the garage, I stacked 80 photos of 15 seconds each exposure with 15 dark frames. Kinda came out funky. I think the bright blue dot near the top is Vega
This is probably the most "manipulated" photograph I have. I know I did some post on it, but no real filtering or anything. The visuals are mostly the results of the stacking and light pollution.
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