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1800's Film Effect
Lens: K50mm F4 macro Camera: K5 Photo Location: At Home ISO: 80 
Posted By: Barnster, 07-06-2012, 03:48 AM

This is a bit of abstract I did with my wooden chopping board.Then doing a bit of PP in Corel with the 1800's effect.

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07-06-2012, 07:07 AM   #2
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Cool effect. Looks almost like an aerial shot of a canyon.
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Like Susan said, looks like a canyon, cool looking effect. I forget to use these on my X3, will have to revisit and give another try. thanks Bob
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Cool effect. Looks almost like an aerial shot of a canyon.
Thanks Susan.I had another look at it,and I do see what you your saying.

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Like Susan said, looks like a canyon, cool looking effect. I forget to use these on my X3, will have to revisit and give another try. thanks Bob
Thanks Bob.It's one of my favourite effects on Corel,'Time machine'.I would like to do a 'Old west' Photo with this and get people to dress up in old western gear and see how it turns out.
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