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This is a discussion on neg.art within the Alternative photography forums, part of the Photography & Fine art photography category; I bought this Cybershot F717 about a year ago, and find the neg.art function quite fascinating. It's not something that ...

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    I bought this Cybershot F717 about a year ago, and find the neg.art function quite fascinating. It's not something that you can't do with regular photos, by post-applying the negative function; but seeing the 'negative' before shooting adds an extra dimension, because things that look uninteresting with regular photography, often appear quite interesting in 'negative' (and vice-versa). Anyway, here's an example of what I mean. You can see what it would look like using regular imaging by applying the negative function, that a number of editors provide (I use Photofiltre, and I believe that Photoshop can do this too.Name:  DSC01464small.JPG
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    Yes it is an interesting look.

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    Hi Runmonty,
    I agree with Dorothea.
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    The effect is cool - but it's missing a focal point imo.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marko View Post
    The effect is cool - but it's missing a focal point imo.
    Hi Marko,
    Yes, I think it is missing a focal point.
    Thanks,
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