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A street vendor sells his goods at night on a New York City street.
Manhattan, New YorkCanon Rebel XSiSigma 17-70PS3
I’ve long admired this style so I thought I’d give it a spin. ;)
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If you say so, I’ll believe you Ḃḭṙḡḭṫṫä.Whatever he is selling, it looks great! Very effective. Though I reckon if I looked at it too long it would make me a bit dizzy. :)
Oh, sweet! It looks like you got busy with a palette knife and some oil paints. Though so much less mess with a camera ;-)This looks great! I love it when you experiment :))
Exactly! Less mess. ;) Besides…I’m a horrible painter..heheh..
– Birgitta †
This looks like one of those pictures where you sort of de-focus your eyes and the picture pops to 3D… and so I`ve de-focused and squinted and stood on my head even but nothing changes.So next I thought I`d hop over to the Apple and buy some of the drugs off this vendor guy and try that…But that would be silly, yeah?So I decided to take this at face value and just dig it for what it is.Which is cool.Though I might read a bit of Leary to get psyched up before clicking the big view again.Think I`ll be getting back to this more than is healthy for me.Awesome work.And lemme know what yer taking cause I gotta find out if they do it in Belgium…
You really ought to give this a try, BB. It’s strangely addictive, I tell you! I bet you could come up with some real stunners. :) As far as what I’m taking….we’ll keep that a secret. ;)
makes a very effective abstract!
Hey, I’m glad you like it! At first, I wasn’t crazy about the style, but after taking more time with it- it completely grew on me. Now I’m pretty fond of it. :)
It’s a compelling style, and definitely worth investigating more. I know I’ve been playing with it off and on for a couple of years and not come close to the dynamic result you have here! Beaut work, Ḃḭṙḡḭṫṫä ∞!
Thank, Mel. :) I’ve seen it done here and there and was baffled as to how it was achieved. So, I duplicated each layer, then reduced the opacity of the duplicated layer by 50%. Then I moved it slightly, diagonally. Duplicate the process (but move it to other areas- again slightly,) and voila! It’s a blast to do. :) Not for everybody but it’s definitely my flavour of the week..heheh..
nice work Birgitta, great movement
It’s worked well, and I think your technique is just right!
Love the blur effect reminds me of a picaso. Tom
Outstanding work, I love your idea…yeah, may dizzy as said :)…….Art Quote of the DayYou don’t take a photograph, you make it.Ansel Adams mentioned and Yes! I am:)…….Best regards,Sunny
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