Post Processing Fun

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  1. alvse

    alvse Iron Photographer

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  2. Dr1fty

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    I like...

    How'd you do it ?

    :)
     
  3. kit_frisk

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    wow that's interesting, a different approach. Its like pastel painting with light.
    I like it!

    May I ask how you achieved this?
     
  4. xhanatos

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    nice use of fractalius :thumbup: i really like the first 3.
     
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    Very nice :thumbup:

    pic 2 looks like a row of doodles
     
  7. Plasmodic

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    They look like digital art more than photography, but I still really like them.
     
  8. NismoR31

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    wow they look awesome. will have to try out this plugin
     
  9. Marcel.

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    very unique images, I've never seen anything like this before.
    I'm really likeing these.
     
  10. cyrax83

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    love it, looks very awesome.

    also interested in what plugin it is if you dont mind sharing.
     
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  11. yangby

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    Reminds of Mr Smith's vision from the Matrix!!!


    Nice job! :thumbup:
     
  12. mr_wrxman

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    They look superb, would look nice on a big canvas I'd reckon.
     
  13. amsm

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    #1, #4 (the building) and #7 (the trees) are doing it for me.

    Might have to try that plugin myself. :)
     
  14. lothloriel

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    some nice fractalius there.
    A lot of the time the plugin is completely misused and the results seem just like adding a quick artistic filter and stopping there.
    but these work:)
     
  15. MR CHILLED

    MR CHILLED D'oh!

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    Wow, just wow......just amazing.....I absolutely love it. Mansion in shot 4 would be my fav.

    Brilliant effect.
     
  16. jamiemao

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    the gnarly trees are definitely a favourite.:thumbup:
     
  17. J.J.

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    Very very nicely done!
     
  18. [/\V3NG3R]

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    Nice effect. 2 and 3 are the best IMO.
     
  19. Complexity

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    These are awesome!! I love 'em! Any chance for higher res so I can use them as a wallpaper? I like nos 2, 3 & 5 in particular! (Also the 'pink flowers' shot on your flickr too!)
    I've got quite a high screen res so anything near 2560x1600 would be great!
     
  20. Squeezer

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    Wonder how I managed to miss these when they were posted. Very interesting results from the Plugin
     

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