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THE EDGE - Perspective Bending

By gentry3951
Something different. This technique is called perspective bending and can add a new dimension to a picture and is quite easy to do. I have given 4 example of how it can be used. It's just a bit of fun.
Tutorials can be found on You Tube under Perspective Bending

I would like to thank everyone that voted, made a comment and gave awards to "THE SORORITY" an exercise in Black and White photography processing.

Tags: Landscape Fun Perspective Digital art Bending

Voters: ZenTony, bluesandtwos, RonDM and 34 more

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Comments


ZenTony Plus
6 15 5 United Kingdom
16 Jul 2021 7:37AM
Never seen that before. Great fun indeed.
Tony
smut01 Plus
7 131 United Kingdom
16 Jul 2021 7:46AM
Smile Great set ...
Tony
RonDM Plus
7 367 United Kingdom
16 Jul 2021 8:02AM
Interesting set of images

Ron
bluesandtwos 13 542 1 England
16 Jul 2021 8:02AM
100% brilliant! Grin

I must have a play with that as soon as time allows.

Dave
16 Jul 2021 8:21AM
Very clever images, like it a lot! Thanks for sharing with us.

Dave 🙂
16 Jul 2021 8:30AM
Great!!!
elousteve 2 5 Slovakia
16 Jul 2021 9:18AM
Something new and very interesting ...
Steve
16 Jul 2021 9:20AM
At last. Evidence the world is flat and you were at the edge.

A lovely brain hurting image.

Tim
pablophotographer 11 2.1k 431
16 Jul 2021 12:24PM
Thanks for sharing!
pablophotographer
DaveRyder Plus
8 6.5k 17 United Kingdom
16 Jul 2021 7:46PM
This would definitely appeal to the flat earthers.

pamelajean Plus
16 1.8k 2274 United Kingdom
16 Jul 2021 9:37PM
This is a mind-bending as well as perspective bending technique and I like them all, but especially the 2nd version because it's so dynamic.
16 Jul 2021 10:03PM
So different excellent work, thank you for sharing how to do it...Lin
mrswoolybill Plus
16 3.5k 2563 United Kingdom
17 Jul 2021 8:02AM
Intriguing - and everything that Columbus's sailors were scared of... V3 works best for me, for two reasons: the continuous diagonal of the background mountains, giving unity; and the darker tones in the 'falling' water and background, giving depth.
Chinga Plus
12 112 3 United Kingdom
18 Jul 2021 9:16PM
Wonderful composition,
Isabel GrinGrin
Yogendra Plus
18 22 1 United Kingdom
18 Jul 2021 10:16PM
I like version 3..

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