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    br aekonet

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    Re: Dread....

    Well I am not going to say nice this time. Good lighting and an interesting treatment.

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    Striking image. Perhaps a little too much room at the top but it has impact none the less.

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    Re: Dread....

    Wonderfully creative, and yes, striking and nice.

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    Re: Dread....

    I will agree, quite creative!

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    Re: Dread....

    Great image Otmar,
    I really like it, would love to know how you achieved it.
    Maybe a tighter crop, less space to the left of subject might create more impact ?
    Cheers, Greg

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    Re: Dread....

    Very nice.

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    Re: Dread....

    Very eye-catching. Your version of The Scream?

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    Re: Dread....

    Many thanks for your kind comments!

    Quote Originally Posted by gregj1763
    I really like it, would love to know how you achieved it.
    Originally it was a multi exposure picture with external stroboscope light. My friend made an expressive face, so that I processed it now as follows (with PS):
    I produced a BW layer of the pic, processed it gently with fractalius, blended it with the original using "hard light", then I overworked mouth and eyes and processed other minor details, which I have forgotten... voila.

    br Otmar

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