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"The Forest"


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Thoughts?

 

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I feel like I'm being chased.

 

I like it.



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This is not exactly the processing that I would apply, but how did you achieve it?

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Looks like a painting - I like it. Maybe I'd brighten it a bit.

@Jerry_ : If I'm right - most of this picture is original - PP does a touch, but main effect was applied during shutter release :)



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@Serge: was wondering especially because of the lines in the bottom, which look as if it has "scratched"

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Again: if I'm right: Scratched lines are within the area in focus - the rest is a victim of DOF that's why it's not scratched :)

But let's wait for Long Exposure to give us explanation :)



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The centrally located diffuse light surrounded by pastel like earthy elements provokes a feeling of melancholic spirituality for me although the fuzzy vertical pattern across the extreme foreground distracts. I think i would have cropped that out.



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Three clicks in Topaz Labs Lens Effects.  Good point Jesper about the crop.  I see your point.  Thanks.