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    this is my favorite of the two. I like the loneliness. It goes with the tonality of the image.
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    this is my favorite of the two. I like the loneliness. It goes with the tonality of the image.
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    "Windows"

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    Re: Blends

    A couple inspired by a recent trip north of Toronto. I spent most of it "under the weather". Didn't shoot too many photos, and wasn't too taken with what I shot. So I thought I'd spend some time at the computer.



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    A couple inspired by a recent trip north of Toronto. I spent most of it "under the weather". Didn't shoot too many photos, and wasn't too taken with what I shot. So I thought I'd spend some time at the computer.


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    I had done some experimenting with blends and texture a while back, inspired by some of Mark Tucker's work (his Salton Sea series) but put it aside after a while.

    This thread got me inspired again.

    This is the state capitol building in Albany, New York. Shot one evening last summer with the Panasonic G1 and Lensbaby composer. The texture is scanned, black matboard that I scored with sandpaper.

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    I had done some experimenting with blends and texture a while back, inspired by some of Mark Tucker's work (his Salton Sea series) but put it aside after a while.

    This thread got me inspired again.

    This is the state capitol building in Albany, New York. Shot one evening last summer with the Panasonic G1 and Lensbaby composer. The texture is scanned, black matboard that I scored with sandpaper.
    Lovely image, Bob

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    Quote Originally Posted by btrancho View Post
    I had done some experimenting with blends and texture a while back, inspired by some of Mark Tucker's work (his Salton Sea series) but put it aside after a while.

    This thread got me inspired again.

    This is the state capitol building in Albany, New York. Shot one evening last summer with the Panasonic G1 and Lensbaby composer. The texture is scanned, black matboard that I scored with sandpaper.

    Excellent.
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    Re: Blends

    Quote Originally Posted by JBurnett View Post
    A couple inspired by a recent trip north of Toronto. I spent most of it "under the weather". Didn't shoot too many photos, and wasn't too taken with what I shot. So I thought I'd spend some time at the computer.


    Beautiful shot, and very nice job of blending a texture.

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    Quote Originally Posted by btrancho View Post
    I had done some experimenting with blends and texture a while back, inspired by some of Mark Tucker's work (his Salton Sea series) but put it aside after a while.

    This thread got me inspired again.

    This is the state capitol building in Albany, New York. Shot one evening last summer with the Panasonic G1 and Lensbaby composer. The texture is scanned, black matboard that I scored with sandpaper.

    Amazing shot Bob. And I love the texture that you used.
    Hope you post more often.
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    Quote Originally Posted by btrancho View Post
    I had done some experimenting with blends and texture a while back, inspired by some of Mark Tucker's work (his Salton Sea series) but put it aside after a while.

    This thread got me inspired again.

    This is the state capitol building in Albany, New York. Shot one evening last summer with the Panasonic G1 and Lensbaby composer. The texture is scanned, black matboard that I scored with sandpaper.

    In the main I have found recently that most blends are just experimental attempts and have no inspiration for me. (I am sure that will change as folks really make serious attempts to use the technique to produce fine art.)

    However this shot really does it for me. The end result is a somewhat eerie but very effective use of the technique. It has inspired me to attempt some blending shots on my own.

    Congratulations

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    In the main I have found recently that most blends are just experimental attempts and have no inspiration for me. (I am sure that will change as folks really make serious attempts to use the technique to produce fine art.)

    However this shot really does it for me. The end result is a somewhat eerie but very effective use of the technique. It has inspired me to attempt some blending shots on my own.

    Congratulations

    Woody Spedden
    Yes, it comes off more like a castle in the Transylvania mountains than a government building but as I was working I liked the way the Lensbaby blur worked with the texture and B&W post processing to give it a sort of Rocky Schenck look.

    Thanks for all the kind comments.
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    Quote Originally Posted by woodyspedden View Post
    In the main I have found recently that most blends are just experimental attempts and have no inspiration for me. (I am sure that will change as folks really make serious attempts to use the technique to produce fine art.)

    However this shot really does it for me. The end result is a somewhat eerie but very effective use of the technique. It has inspired me to attempt some blending shots on my own.

    Congratulations

    Woody Spedden
    I think most folks contributing to the several threads on blends, bokehs, OOF, etc are serious about their attempts to use the techniques to produce fine art. But, of course you can be very serious, but not be a Picasso or a Hockney. Have to keep trying though.

    I would have thought that many of the images in these blending threads would have given you inspiration. Maybe you have not seen them all? Looking forward to seeing yours.


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    Re: Blends

    Prague Castle, double exposure


    Prague Castle with Lensbaby



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    Prague Castle, double exposure


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    I LOVE castles, especially those that are fine art

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    I LOVE castles, especially those that are fine art

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    Quote Originally Posted by mregnier View Post
    Prague Castle, double exposure
    Another stellar image, Mike!

    Hoo, boy! This old dog is having fun learning new tricks. But it's certainly not straightforward. Every time I think I might predict how a blend will go, I find I'm wrong. Of course, being wrong can lead to some interesting new experiences.

    Milkweed Pods in Winter (original colour shots are in the 45mm Macro field test thread):



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    Another stellar image, Mike!

    Hoo, boy! This old dog is having fun learning new tricks. But it's certainly not straightforward. Every time I think I might predict how a blend will go, I find I'm wrong. Of course, being wrong can lead to some interesting new experiences.

    Milkweed Pods in Winter (original colour shots are in the 45mm Macro field test thread):



    There was nothing wrong with the originals, but these really are so much more interesting. I like them very much.

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    Another stellar image, Mike!

    Hoo, boy! This old dog is having fun learning new tricks. But it's certainly not straightforward. Every time I think I might predict how a blend will go, I find I'm wrong. Of course, being wrong can lead to some interesting new experiences.

    Milkweed Pods in Winter (original colour shots are in the 45mm Macro field test thread):
    One word: Wow!
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    Another stellar image, Mike!

    Hoo, boy! This old dog is having fun learning new tricks. But it's certainly not straightforward. Every time I think I might predict how a blend will go, I find I'm wrong. Of course, being wrong can lead to some interesting new experiences.

    Milkweed Pods in Winter (original colour shots are in the 45mm Macro field test thread):



    These images are really beautiful. It's good that you don't know what to expect. Your creating as you go. That's what makes it exciting. I look forward to seeing more .
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    GH1 + 14-140mm: Andy Goldsworthy "River" at Stanford blended with beach sand

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    Away for a while

    Wow! Can't leave you folks for a minute can I? I've been away just for a day and a half and I come back to find all this wealth of creativity! I'm glad to see more contributors on board too. The synergy's indeed beginning to work ...


    Still trying:


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    Re: Blends

    Thanks for the compliments, Diane, Uwe and Mike. I'm still a "photographer" at heart, but I took up the hobby as a means of visual expression. So while I'm a real newbie at this kind of manipulation, I'm enjoying the creative aspect of the work, and I'm really taken by the images that everyone is posting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JBurnett View Post
    Thanks for the compliments, Diane, Uwe and Mike. I'm still a "photographer" at heart, but I took up the hobby as a means of visual expression. So while I'm a real newbie at this kind of manipulation, I'm enjoying the creative aspect of the work, and I'm really taken by the images that everyone is posting.
    >I'm still a "photographer" at heart

    Me too. The interesting fact is that I find the blends most of the time more interesting.

    Here is an image that I don't want to blend at all. I think the clean shiny look works fine.



    This image looks also clean in original (sky and pyramid). It is so clean that it is borderline boring. The blend makes it way more interesting (not sure I have the optimal texture yet, textures that fit best are also hard to find).

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    Quote Originally Posted by ustein View Post
    Me too. The interesting fact is that I find the blends most of the time more interesting.

    Here is an image that I don't want to blend at all. I think the clean shiny look works fine.

    This image looks also clean in original (sky and pyramid). It is so clean that it is borderline boring. The blend makes it way more interesting (not sure I have the optimal texture yet, textures that fit best are also hard to find).
    Uwe, I agree with your choices. The car photo has it's own texture (smooth metal and chrome grill) that is part of its native appeal. While it might still work blended, it is beautiful on its own. The pyramid structure seems to work well in a blend because of the strong, simple shapes.
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    Re: Milkweed Pods in Winter

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    So while I'm a real newbie at this kind of manipulation ...
    That's as maybe but your "Milkweed Pods in Winter" set puts you up among the best at this technique IMO - (there's no "green with envy" Smilie - how about it Guy and Jack?)

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    G1 + 45-200mm

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    G1 + 45-200mm

    Beautiful compostion, color, and texture, Uwe

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    Beautiful compostion, color, and texture, Uwe

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    Thanks. The out of focus hills in the background distract without texture. It shows now what we envisioned.
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    Beautiful compostion, color, and texture, Uwe
    +1!
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    One of my favorites from you Uwe.

    OT--I've spent time on your site, known your posts on a number of forums for many years---but I'm still not sure how to pronounce your first name. When I think of you, I'd love to think of you with correct pronounciation LOL.

    Best, Diane

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    One of my favorites from you Uwe.

    OT--I've spent time on your site, known your posts on a number of forums for many years---but I'm still not sure how to pronounce your first name. When I think of you, I'd love to think of you with correct pronounciation LOL.

    Best, Diane
    Very hard for Americans. First try to think the "W" would be "V'. More pronounced like the Italian "uve" (plural of uva, grapes). May not help because not sure how Americans pronounce Italian either.

    Some pronounce my name like "Hoover", this is way off . 50% of my life here in the US I need to explain the pronunciation of my three letter first name. I hardly can pronounce it myself in proper German anymore (Bettina helps me then ).
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    Re: Milkweed Pods in Winter

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    That's as maybe but your "Milkweed Pods in Winter" set puts you up among the best at this technique IMO - (there's no "green with envy" Smilie - how about it Guy and Jack?)
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    Find me the gif and I'll load it!
    These any good?
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    Hmmm. I still say this is harder than it looks. Sometimes you get lucky and sometimes you cross the line into typical grunge-style stuff. I'm finding the monochromatic images easier to handle.



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    Quote Originally Posted by JBurnett View Post
    Hmmm. I still say this is harder than it looks. Sometimes you get lucky and sometimes you cross the line into typical grunge-style stuff. I'm finding the monochromatic images easier to handle.
    Yes, I quite agree but this is half the fun; getting lucky.
    I much prefer the monochrome version of the two sunflower images, the delicacy says it all.

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    Hmmm. I still say this is harder than it looks. Sometimes you get lucky and sometimes you cross the line into typical grunge-style stuff. I'm finding the monochromatic images easier to handle.


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    John, love your work.
    So do I----particularly the monos you've done recently.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JBurnett View Post
    Hmmm. I still say this is harder than it looks. Sometimes you get lucky and sometimes you cross the line into typical grunge-style stuff. I'm finding the monochromatic images easier to handle.



    This is beautiful John. You are using some really nice textures as well.

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    Olive grove. Shot in Greece with EP-1



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    Olive grove. Shot in Greece with EP-1



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    Delicate as always.
    Thanks Uwe. I posted the images that made up the shot over on the shoot now create later thread.

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    Re: Blends

    I posted this on the fun with 4/3 thread, but I think it really belongs here. I used Alien Skin Bokeh to get the focus where I wanted it. Lots of blending but no texture added.

    "Flaming Busker"

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    Thanks to everyone for their compliments and especially their inspiration. I've got to get off my butt soon and get out shooting some more.

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    OK, just one more... then I really must stop for a while, reflect, and attend to life in general.

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    Thanks to everyone for their compliments and especially their inspiration. I've got to get off my butt soon and get out shooting some more.

    The spinner is lovely. Nice light, but a really lovely processing.

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    GH! + 14-140mm (Photo and Texture same walk in Monterey, 1/14/2010)

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    Olive Grove #2


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    Olive Grove #2

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    Mike - the color pallette of these Olive Grove shots is outstanding. Reminds me of John Constable's paintings. He is said to have been early inspiration to the impressionists.

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