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Whitin the "Jardin Botanique"


Whitin the
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Copyright: Jorge Davalos (jedav) (59)
Genre: Places
Medium: Color
Date Taken: 2010-11-20
Categories: HPP [Heavily Post-Processed]
Camera: NIKON D200
Photo Version: Original Version
Date Submitted: 2010-11-23 3:20
Viewed: 2172
Points: 2
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This is just a 3d composition from two pictures (right & left) taken over the same subject. Each picture is deviated of some centimeters, right and left(eye) pictures are leveled in to cyan and red respectively. Finally both pictures are overlapped applying transparency to upper mask.

It seems that this kind of pictures are not very popular, anyway it's a nice experience for the beginner I am.

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To ErikSven: thanksjedav 1 11-29 02:42
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And a very nice composition where each detail, perfectly sharp, have his place !
Kind regards
Jean

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  • jackal Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 790 W: 26 N: 808] (9654)
  • [2010-11-23 13:11]

Sorry Jorge,
I am not surprised these kind of pictures are not very popular, it may be an interesting exercise but the result is pretty unattractive
Jack

The technique you used seems to offer some interesting possibilities, Jorge, but like Jack, I cannot say that it works in this particular photo.
To me, the photo (subject matter) just is not fit for this kind of photographic treatment. Form and function do not correspond.
For example, I don't understand the color treatment. What was your intention with this kind of turquoise surroundings? It should be more than just "creating a special effect" in my opinion. I don't see the link with the rocks.
Why did you include the Caucase sign? And why didn't you apply the overlapping technique on it? I must confess I don't understand.
To put it briefly: an interesting technique, but not the appropriate photo or subject matter to test it out. Unless I completely missed the meaning of this photo. So, feel free to (dis)agree ;o)
TFS & kind regards,
Erik

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