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Solarization - Flow

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    Solarized photo taken after a recent flood.

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    Colour solarization? I've never tried that.

    For anyone that does not know what that is, solarization usually happens when photographic paper is briefly exposed to light while in the developing solution.

    I can see the solarized effect in this image - but personally I'd like to see MORE of it in this photo.

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    ithink this is neat. im going to try it. i wonder if more in
    this photo would make it look too unnatural.

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    that would take careful timing to get the proper effect, would it not?

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    Colour solarization is really worthwhile to try. It can be used to transform day into night and to totally change the colours in a scene.

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