Window detail

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  1. fzfile

    fzfile TPF Noob!

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    I came up with this detail ......

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    from this original pic.

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    Its great how you can come up with very interesting images from smaller sections of much more mundane pictures.

    I tweaked the hell (obviously) out of the color and contrast and tone. I was trying to give it a surreal, paint-like kinda look.

    I wish now that I had taken a straight on pic of the other (right hand) side of the window so I could experiment with the same thing without the extreme angle and tree reflection.

    -mike
     
  2. fzfile

    fzfile TPF Noob!

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    Should I crop more from the top...... I keep thinking I should but maybe thats just because thats what fits on my screen at one time ....


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    Critques appreciated.

    -mike
     
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    I prefer the crop on the second one, very interesting!
     
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    Thanks.

    I like the cropped one more too, the more I caompare them.

    -mike
     
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    It seems like it leaves a little more to the imagination and you focus on the shapes more than what the object actually is. Good stuff!
     
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    great images, i prefer the cropped version of #1 nice colours and definition also on #2 it makes me want to go into the shop and have a look around :wink:
     

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