The technique is fairly simple, the application of it requires some skill. It uses a displacement map in Photoshop to create the effect. The left image is normal while the right image has the shift that creates the 3D effect. I'm not sure that's completely right it's just how I did this one. I foun...
I feel like the grass has been overcooked with color and sharpness, but I have to say there's something about it I like. The third is my favorite though with its shading, but mostly I like the bright side lighting against the darkened sky. Add some stars and some snow and now we're really talking! S-
I think this is a striking image, and I'd almost want to add more to the top adding a portrait view minimizing the beach below, but I also see the power in cropping it down to a panoramic to define the space and control the eye. You have at least three images here and they're all good! S-
Bob Yankle wrote:Frank and Charles, I'm so happy to hear from you again. Someday someone needs to fill me in on the history of this site. I say that because I recognize a whole cadre of folks I have respected for years.
Nothing to see here, just a bunch of refugees that found a home! S-