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#1 Art

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Posted 19 March 2018 - 08:53 PM

Went for a Sinister look.

 

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See the circles?  Lens flare maybe?


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Posted 20 March 2018 - 12:32 AM

Cool Art, no clue on the circles could it be PP artifact.

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Posted 20 March 2018 - 09:31 AM

Did you convert this in camera or on computer? Looks like artifacts from using aqua, blue purple and magenta.

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Posted 20 March 2018 - 11:10 AM

Art, I like the composition, and this does look good in B & W.

 

Just wondering what you used for PP, because I see a lot of haloing around the body.  Also noticing a fair bit of noise for ISO 200, but some effects can do that.  :)


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Posted 20 March 2018 - 11:46 AM

I suspect it is all PP artifacts.

 

What did I do?

 

I used NIK software, looking for a SINISTER look.  So, used a combination of NIKing! :lol:

 

Detail Extractor

Brilliance/Warmth

SINISTER

 

it went through the filters pretty good.  I wanted grain.  I wanted drama.

 

I was hoping for an Alien look.  The statue has the potential for a great image, you just have to take the right image at the right angle and they PP it properly.  Would have liked to have spent an hour there with more glass.

 

Dennis, you are truly a great SAGE!  I did screw a bit with the colors inside NIK.

 

Not in camera.

 

 

Also, this is shot against a very bright blue sky.  There was some flare around the state, for lack of a better word, when I converted.  I don't think it is Chromatic Aberration. Or, maybe it is!!  I am surprised as this is the famous NIKON GLASS!  Pay 3 times more than 3rd Party, and yet .... you get these funky special effects.


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