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aKilter

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Dec 7, 2012
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I'm really curious, what did you use to get that effect? Of course if you tell me it's a photo of a painting I'll feel a bit silly (nothing new there then!).
The original photo was taken by closing the aperture to f/16 (resulting in a shutter speed of 1/2 sec.) and quickly moving the camera “up and down”, which resulted in an impressionist type image. Here is that photo:
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I then “flipped” the image and processed it to look more “painterly”.
 

BrianS

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Apr 3, 2013
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Chaos in the raw compression scheme used by Leica. This is the part of the image that is thrown away when using DNG-8 instead of DNG-16.

This filter is not in Photoshop CC....

DO 5 INDEX= M9START/ 2, DNG9SIZE/ 2- 1
INTVALUE= INT( SQRT( FLOAT( DATAVALUE( INDEX)* 4)))
ERRVALUE= DATAVALUE( INDEX)- (( INTVALUE** 2)/ 4)
DATAVALUE( INDEX)= ERRVALUE* 127
5 CONTINUE
 

NoSeconds

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Jan 1, 2017
104
Troy
I was reading up about 3D images the other day and the different ways of producing them. I figured it shouldn’t be too hard to replicate a rough effect in Snapseed.

I took a single image and duplicated it in the iOS photo app, then opened them in Snapseed and adjusted the WB to turn one red and one blue.

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I then used the Perspective tool to tilt both frames slightly away from each other on the horizontal plane, before using the double exposure tool to combine both frames together...

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I haven’t had a chance yet to see if it looks any good with the red and blue sunnies but I like the effect, although I wouldn’t mind being able to get the blue and red frames a bit darker for more intensity...
 
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