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September 2008 - Photo assignment 1 - severe manipulation

This is a discussion on September 2008 - Photo assignment 1 - severe manipulation within the Photo assignments forums, part of the Photography & Fine art photography category; Originally Posted by tomorrowstreasures Here is my manipulated photo. This old vehicle was found on a path in Whistler, BC ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomorrowstreasures View Post
    Here is my manipulated photo. This old vehicle was found on a path in Whistler, BC when my husband and I traveled there this past November..... The color made me think of a school bus, which made me think of youth and energy....which, in my mind was a juxtaposition of an old retired school bus driver who was tired.
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    i bet the original pic was great. i love stumbling upon scenes like this in deserted areas. it's a little like finding the photographic equivilant of buried treasure to me..lol. the blurred glow is neat.

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    Very original and creative PS. That is an interesting style and approach that I could never imitate but find intriguing none the less.

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    Kiley - Excellent self-portrait. Love the blue tones and somber feel
    TT - Very nice old car image. I might try to pump up the contrast a wee bit to see if it makes it pop any harder, but i still think it's a cool shot.
    pslove - very interesting and playful shot. i love the fact that the subject is just standing there smoking.
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    This is definitely some severe manipulation - what do you think?
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    those electric ducks are AWESOME marko!

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    Yes, good description, Kiley. Seeing the position and movement of the legs adds a bit of unexpected humour to the "electric ducks".

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    Quote Originally Posted by marko View Post
    pslove - very interesting and playful shot. i love the fact that the subject is just standing there smoking.
    lol. thanks. I had fun with it.

    marko- i like the ducks. looks like you painted with light.
    kiley- i missed that you had posted a self portrait. i like the colors you used. i look at the photo and my mind immediately assosiates it with the montreal jazz fest...::grin:: don't ask why..i have no idea...maybe the moodiness of it?

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    scorpio - thats a really funky window - i like how you kept some green in the leaves. and i really like the quote on the bottom of your post - i hate it when people see my pics and say 'wow! you must have a great camera!'.... grrrr!

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    Thanks for the compliment. The window was a QUICK grab shot taken on a tour at Hemingways house in the Florida Keys. The story goes that the lighthouse attendant would watch Hemingway's wife shower through this window.
    I wanted to make this window with ghostly effect.
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