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Jan 05, 2005 22:00 |  #1

The one with the dual image was me taking a picture of my hat through a DLP demo chip mirror (~1.5inchx1inch). It was just one image, I then cloned the second one in.

The other shot is me taking a picture of a reflect on a big christmas ornament. I liked how it altered the reflection. This picture just had some levels, colors etc adjusted, nothing else. I was just messing around, so nothing really serious here. :)

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Jan 07, 2005 15:21 |  #2

anyone? any comments appreciated (including constructive criticism)...


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Jan 07, 2005 18:09 |  #3

Both photos have potential but technical execution could be improved ... bigger and higher quality clean mirrors perhaps?


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Jan 07, 2005 21:19 |  #4

That's a nice Persian you have on the wall. Tabriz? Can't really see the one under your feet, but it looks like an Isfahan...




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Jan 07, 2005 23:37 |  #5

Dr Chaos, I'd have to ask my parents when they're back in town, I'm not all too versed on the history of Persian rugs, though I like their style :)
Pekka, I agree with the second one, that's just the only mirror I had atm to play with. Regarding the first though, I don't know of any mirror that's in the shape of an ornament, though if I had something like that, that'd be cool! :D Thanks for the comments guys.. :)


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Jan 08, 2005 12:13 as a reply to Dimitry's post |  #6

I like the first one the second really doesn't do to much for me. The first is a very neat effect.


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