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Glad you liked. Thanks, Ken.
I’m very fond of that third image because it has the feeling of a watercolor, and I do love watercolors.
Moi aussi. I’d be tempted to go for that effect more often, but then I’d have to call myself a Photoshopper, not a photographer :)
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What fun! I’m in total awe of how you can take photographs and use them as raw material for other (appealing) images.
Thanks Linda. It’s not unlike what you do in your multimedia work.
Hm. Thank you for that thought. But with my photographs, I’m trapped in the depiction of reality. I often like being there, but I’d like also from time to time to create composites. Besides not having any ideas in that vein (what would I combine?), I can’t imagine sacrificing the integrity of my individual photographs. Arghh. Can’t make a composite without such sacrifice.
If you combine some of your dumpster or fish bin closeups, you may like the results. I don’t think of it as “sacrificing the integrity” of the original, but using it to create something entirely new and different. Each stands on its own I believe as a valid artistic statement.
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