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Solar Scape

By conrad  
A new method for me: I solarised this one in PaintShop Pro. I had an image which I really liked compositionwise, but it had rather flat colours. Increasing saturation didnt do enough for it. I was looking at it, wishing that I knew how to give it an infrared effect - but I didnt. And then I came across the "solarize" option in PaintShop Pro, and really like the result. Nothing else done to it. Just to be clear about what it is: its a shot of a Dutch windmill with giant cow parsley in front. Im curious to hear what you think...

Tags: The netherlands Holland Windmill Digitally manipulated Hogweed Batenburg Solarised

Voters: Portknockie, headskiesfly, devon-photographic and 3 more


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Comments


Portknockie 11 48 Scotland
24 Nov 2004 2:26AM
What a strang effect,Looks like a negative with colour.Work for me .Great idea

Don

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conrad 11 10.9k 116
24 Nov 2004 2:33AM
In case anyone wants to compare with the original: this is what the image looked like before I used the "solarize" option...

Conrad
24 Nov 2004 4:03AM
Yes I use solarize, really good effect, I like this Conrad, well done.
Richard
24 Nov 2004 4:03AM
You've made a very interesting image with this, Conrad. Click

Jules
helena 12 134 United Kingdom
24 Nov 2004 6:25AM
I like this, well done Tara x
geegee 12 29 England
24 Nov 2004 12:42PM
Superb manipulation, great result.
Click.
Best wishes,
George.
jan 1 11 12 Netherlands
25 Nov 2004 10:21AM
IT got a strange effect on me, but I like it.
Jan

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