Wednesday, August 12, 2015


  1. That is a gorgeous photo, Edd. Did you do much on post processing?

    1. Yes, quite a bit actually. The basic concept is similar to what some people achieve by moving the camera during the exposure. I made two copies of the same photo, one a "straight" interpretation and one with the color luminances selectively increased along with a good bit of Gaussian blur. The two photos were layered together in Photoshop, and the blurred layer was moved slightly out of registration with the straight layer. I then adjusted the opacity of the layer to get the effect I wanted. I experimented with this process on a number of different photos, but only got a couple that I thought were worthwhile.


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