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Apr 24, 2016 16:09 |  #243

All the images I've posted so far have been achieved in camera. Is the thread also for manipulated images as well?




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Apr 24, 2016 19:17 |  #244

BambersImages wrote in post #17983528 (external link)
All the images I've posted so far have been achieved in camera. Is the thread also for manipulated images as well?

I don't see anything in the initial post Clare that says one way or another, but my own preference would be for posting just original images here that were created within the camera, and withOUT subsequent manipulation. Of course there's no reason why you couldn't create a new thread of "manipulated" images.

IMO just about anybody can use a PS filter or plug-in effect to generate graphic design, special effects or other artificial imagery. However I feel it's much more challenging for the photographer to find those special compositions in the environment around him/her, and it really demonstrates a more refined skill set at capturing them as creatively unique images. It shows just how the photographer both views and interacts with the world. Of course that's just my .02 ;-)a


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Apr 24, 2016 20:03 |  #246

BambersImages wrote in post #17983528 (external link)
All the images I've posted so far have been achieved in camera. Is the thread also for manipulated images as well?

Yes, I'm guilty of posting manipulated ( I like the use of that word ). I still shoot film and have only been doing the digi stuff for around 3 or so years. In that respect ,I still regard film as serious photography and digital is like a computer game to me. And I'm not knocking digital, I have a lot of fun with it. Cheers.




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Apr 24, 2016 20:27 |  #247

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Apr 24, 2016 21:55 |  #248

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So is this abstract or minimalist? :-D


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Apr 24, 2016 21:57 |  #249

sapearl wrote in post #17983862 (external link)
So is this abstract or minimalist? :-D

Why not both?


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Apr 24, 2016 21:59 |  #250

itsallart wrote in post #17983864 (external link)
Why not both?

No reason not too; point taken. I couldn't resist having just seen your image in minimalist.:-D


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Apr 24, 2016 23:00 |  #251

sapearl wrote in post #17983868 (external link)
No reason not too; point taken. I couldn't resist having just seen your image in minimalist.:-D

I kind of figured it out :) It's common practice here to post the same image in several threads :)


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Apr 25, 2016 01:52 |  #252

sapearl wrote in post #17983707 (external link)
I don't see anything in the initial post Clare that says one way or another, but my own preference would be for posting just original images here that were created within the camera, and withOUT subsequent manipulation. Of course there's no reason why you couldn't create a new thread of "manipulated" images.

IMO just about anybody can use a PS filter or plug-in effect to generate graphic design, special effects or other artificial imagery. However I feel it's much more challenging for the photographer to find those special compositions in the environment around him/her, and it really demonstrates a more refined skill set at capturing them as creatively unique images. It shows just how the photographer both views and interacts with the world. Of course that's just my .02 ;-)a


Cool. I've only posted the in camera images so far. Maybe another thread is a good idea.




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Apr 25, 2016 01:56 |  #253

medroller wrote in post #17983744 (external link)
Yes, I'm guilty of posting manipulated ( I like the use of that word ). I still shoot film and have only been doing the digi stuff for around 3 or so years. In that respect ,I still regard film as serious photography and digital is like a computer game to me. And I'm not knocking digital, I have a lot of fun with it. Cheers.

I didn't really develop my photography skills until digital. My film slr was only ever used on auto, and I have only used it on manual in the last couple of years. Digital is a whole different story.

Totally agree about having fun with digital art.




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Anybody hazard a guess? It shouldn't be too hard ;-)a

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Apr 25, 2016 07:42 as a reply to sapearl's post |  #255

Water?


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