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Seeing Double!

By AngelaSeager    
Experimental panned shot using an ancient classical female statue (not sure whether it's a greek or roman statue) and converting the image to sepia....although by no means perfect it was worth having a go at something completely different because you never know what you may stumble upon unless you try......

Tags: Female Statue Abstract Sepia Conceptual Experimental Classical Humour and fun Art-form

Voters: ColleenA, SlowSong, woolybill1 and 4 more

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ColleenA Plus
5 348 5 Australia
30 May 2013 12:44PM
I think its a clever image, like the mono tones, good work

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SlowSong Plus
9 7.0k 30 England
30 May 2013 2:35PM
It's turned out well, and as you say, something different to try. Smile
Mrsbass 5 2 1 United Kingdom
30 May 2013 4:23PM
It's a great effect and I agree totally that you must try new things to discover what's possible. I like the sepia tones.
costas Plus
10 2 2 Greece
20 Jun 2013 12:05PM
I think this is Artemis (Diana), very good idea of slow shutter.
Tish1 Plus
4 16 4 United Kingdom
6 Aug 2013 11:46AM
Nice technique, must try it myself some time.


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