Feeling a little Artistic this morning...

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  1. dpolston

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    So I was goofing off with a photo of an old shack. This photo was taken on vacation in 2005 from around 300 yards away from the building and frankly, it's not a good quality photo. But It's the look I wanted to try [backwoods shack].

    The first photo is a pure, quick art photo that I am trying to get the technique down to produce but this wasn't the best candidate photo to try. I like the concept of the photo but I need a better photo.

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    The second photo is more of a cropped panoramic that I distorted the colors to antique the look.

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    $Backwoods Shack copy.jpg
    $Backwoods Shack 2 web copy.jpg
     
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    I really like that second one. I would hang that on my wall. Very artistic.
     
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    #1. :thumbup:
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    I still look at the second one and I try to find the legs of the "Wicked Witch of the East".
     
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    i love little planets. you need a 360 degree panorama to get the effect tho. or wait, is that 360?
     

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