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Neodigital Art: experimental edits

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You can have a lot of fun editing photos and scanned images to produce something artistic. Taking the photo gives you many options; besides location, there are many settings on the camera. Then there are additions like filters.

When you come to editing, the options combined together give you unlimited variations that will help you produce a unique image that you hope people will like.

I took this photo of the ‘lake’ on Sunday and I tried a couple of filters and experimented. Then in editing I tried lots of different features to see what I could do with it. The original image was interesting with clouds reflected on the still water. This edit is quite radical. How about one less radical?

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I didn’t change the colours so much in this one, but added contrast. It’s more natural, but I don’t like it. It looks too perfect and the colours are too bright.

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I had a picture printed on canvas as a Christmas gift and I would like one for my own home. Maybe something like this? In retrospect, I don’t like the border. This is what Neodigital Art is about, just experimenting and creating. Deciding what works and what we like and what we don’t like. I think this last image on canvas without the border would look great on my living room wall or even on the wall of the art gallery.

Which one is your favourite? Please share your choice in the comments box. You can also follow me on Twitter.

2 Responses

  1. Hey Mike, I have to say the middle photo is my favorite today. All three are great but I really appreciate the blue in the middle photo. We’ve had a rough winter here so I really appreciate the blue! I’m thinking this is a case of beauty is in the eye of the beholder because I know the other two photos are more artistic. 🙂

    February 19, 2014 at 17:10

  2. Hi Carolyn,

    I used a filter for these, but I forget which one! I think it was just the UV filter. The light was really good. The colour seems more intense in a smaller picture. When I look at it full size it doesn’t seem quite so bright. I’m hoping to have one image enlarged and printed and these are close to what I have in mind. I’ll get one in a gallery yet! 🙂

    February 19, 2014 at 18:13

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