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Church Art

Posted by
Barbara Kile (Ft. Worth, United States) on 16 September 2010 in Architecture and Portfolio.

iPhone image using a multiple exposure app from Picture Show. It was a very 'artsy' app, but I liked it, except for the color rendering. I converted to a contrasty b-w in Nik SilverEfex Pro, as it gave me the shadowing effect I was seeking.

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DULCIE from Danville, CA, United States

Very cool idea. You are getting a lot of mileage out of those apps.
Wonderful that you know how to work all of those features. Keep up the great experiments.

16 Sep 2010 7:03am

k@ from Paris, France

A super processing & B&W for sure.

16 Sep 2010 8:02am

Julie Brown from Indianapolis, United States

Your knowing what you want from the image is what makes your work stand out.

16 Sep 2010 9:48am

Ralph Jones from Detroit, United States

Stunning.

16 Sep 2010 12:52pm

Shar from Regina, SK, Canada

This whole series has intrigued me...my husband just got an iphone, I wasn't too impressed, thought it was silly but now I see a purpose for me...now I just have to figure out a way to get it out of his hands! LOL

16 Sep 2010 3:03pm

@Shar: LOL! It's a good camera and trying out the apps are fun!

Garfield from Ancaster Ontario, Canada

Superbly done :)

16 Sep 2010 4:58pm

Nigel from Avening, United Kingdom

Nice .......

16 Sep 2010 5:00pm

Anita from West Nottingham, United States

Nice work. Unusual.

16 Sep 2010 10:27pm

john4jack from Corvallis, Oregon, United States

cool. love the monochrome

16 Sep 2010 11:50pm

Elaine Hancock from Rockville, United States

Really interesting!

17 Sep 2010 1:38am

Wild Mustang Photography from Carlisle, United States

WOW! This is very unique! Love the effect processing! Great in B&W! Love this!

17 Sep 2010 4:48am

@Wild Mustang Photography: Thank you!

Susan from Pompano Beach, by Fort Lauderdale, FL, United States

The processing works beautifully !!! I just ordered a "point & shoot", as my "gift" for surviving 10 years at work...........since my phone pics are simply awful, now I'll have something to carry all the time !!!!

18 Sep 2010 3:46pm

@Susan: Thanks! What a great gift, Susan, and I think we DO need to be ready to photograph all the time - it forces us to look for the things around us that have good elements of design, etc.

Tracy from La Selva Beach, United States

This is beautifully, artfully done! Just perfect in my book!

18 Sep 2010 3:57pm

@Tracy: Thanks, Tracy!

Iknow from Chengdu, China

quite creative! I love the mood and the texture very much,well done!!

18 Sep 2010 4:53pm

Susan from Pompano Beach, by Fort Lauderdale, FL, United States

barbara...saw your message on anita's page......i've tried, and other than completely segregating the flower, and changing the black to a lighter background.........and that is a ridiculously long process, even if you can ever get it right.......i'm thinking lighter backgrounds are the only way......

18 Sep 2010 8:49pm

@Susan: I'll experiment myself with selective color, Susan, and see what direction we can take. You do the same and let me know.

ray f from United States

I just started to get into phoitography this last year, I am limited in my ability and means, but the rewards of learning, expression and to see the work of others is a great gift in my lofe today.The challange to have the picture represent what I percievce and feel at that moment and to capture it is a feeling like I never had before. I am humbled by the works of so many.

7 Nov 2010 6:22pm

@ray f: I wish you the best on your journey, Ray. Thanks for stopping by - and, yes, we can all receive inspiration from others!