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The March of the Megapixel - Part Three


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The March of the Megapixel - Part Three

14 Apr 2020 4:21PM   Views : 545 Unique : 352

So we've seen the Genesis of the Manipulations and some of them I quite like, although some others less so. Still, you've had them "warts and all" ! Now I'm going to look at the ones I do like, although it's become apparent that over the years I've felt less and less inclined to create fantasies in Photoshop. Instead I've looked to finding quirky shots that are made in camera by use of viewpoint, shutter speed, aperture and ISO. Or indeed more factual shooting in wildlife, nature, people, architecture and landscape. A more naturalistic approach.

Here's a selection of manipulated images:

Girl in Nature

Sweet Dreams




No Escape

The Arrival

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