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Re: deadZone

Postby St3v3M » Sat Jul 08, 2017 5:03 am

PietFrancke wrote:rework of an older image. Last cut was highly saturated and sharp. Under the theory of less is more the rework removed a lot of sharpness (at the edges of things) and removed a lot of saturation leaving just a touch at the spots I wanted to emphasize. Also it had a black background which was replaced by textures intended to add mood.
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I'm fascinated with everything about this image. The detail in the ball bearing is amazing and could hold an image all to itself, but the mutation of the moth is spectacular and makes me at once know what it is, but continually question myself. I like that it makes me want to look at it again and again, familiar but not. S-
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