@ This ought to stir things abit

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  1. elucidati

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    fire away...


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    Took me a minute, but I think I figured it out...is it supposed to be a sort of double exposure with a hand??? It's kind of hard to tell what everything is, but I sort of like the effect. Not sure what is trying to be achieved exactly, but it has interesting qualities.
     
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    It's a very simple shot... set a slow shutter speed (about 3sec) and waved my finger in front of the camera...
    I like the starbucks logos, thought they were interesting...
    the effect was done by over-tweaking the colors in PS (i'm still a PS newbie)...
     
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    I'm dizzy. Interesting but still dizzy..
     
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    hmmmm. curious effect.....
     
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    Not too easy on the eyes though. At first I thought it was a negative of a chopped up furniture.
     
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    hmmm, maybe i should crop it abit... was just trying to create some kind of 'chaos' effect, with the starbucks logos being the only 'ordered' items... not to everyone;s taste... over-tweaked the highlights and the shadows then added the color tint
     

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