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A gerbera daisy treated with the Nik Color Efex 4 Photo Stylizer filter and the Redfield Fractalius filter.
Featured in Color Me a Rainbow (February 9, 2013)
Featured in Low Light Dark Background (February 6, 2013)
gerbera daisy, redfield, fractalius, nik, anita pollak, macro, abstract, orange, black
I am a photographer living in Massachusetts and my passion is flowers. I take the time to reveal the special beauty of each flower and I hope that comes through as you look at my work.
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Thank you Meeli!
– Anita Pollak
Thank you Tracie!
powerful and beautiful
Thank you so much, Debra!
Love your treatment of this daisy! Wow!
Thank you so much, Angie. I’m glad you like it!
I actually like this very much, which is something of a surprise because I have disliked SO many images enhanced with Fractalius that I have an almost knee-jerk reaction to the name. :) (Specifically what I don’t care for are the white lightning-type lines shooting out from object edges.) This has a pen-and-ink sketch effect that blends well with the color.
Thank you so much, Celeste. I know what you mean about some Fractalius images – I don’t care for that white-lightning effect either. I do like some of the sketch settings and edge effects but I seldom use it full strength, although I did let it loose on my psychedelic pansy!
Thank you so much for the feature, Jacqui – I really appreciate it!
Thank you so much, debidabble!
February 9th 2013Congratulations from your hosts.
Thank you so much for the feature, ellismorleyphto!
Thank you so much, Rene!
Anita, you are invited to submit this image to a new group, Nature’s Patterns and Designs.
Thank you so much for the invitation, Celeste!