Sunday, September 21, 2014

A Shot Of The Water, Filtered

I got this shot of a fountain when I was attending a wedding last March. And by filtered, I don't mean the water. I meant the shot. I was playing with Filter Bracketing (One shot, all the filters!) and applied all the filters I liked on the shot.

In grainy black & white. Sorry, no fine misty white water.
This was hand held when I took it. Long exposure wasn't an option.

Here are some of the filter renditions I toyed with... Different filters and the different moods in the images.

Miniature Filter... Basically just blurs everything outside the center. Not effective here.

Pinhole effect. I don't need a pinhole lens nor Photoshop to achieve it.

Pop Art. Too green and too cheerful in this case. It does look different.

Cross Process Effect makes it greener than it already is.

Dramatic Effect! I think the drama is in the contrast and the darkening of some areas.

Just looking at this makes me feel like I'm in the 1900's or even earlier. Maybe I can photoshop
Andres Bonifacio and Jose Rizal there in the picture somewhere...

That's all from my collection for now. Until next time, let's get lost and wander. :)

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