Summary – A recent post discussed post-processing to create faux-vintage photos. Yesterday’s post discussed creating painterly images straight from the camera. To round things out, here’s a comparison of painterly images made in the camera versus a “painting-post-processing-program’s” rendition of the same image.
I’m a fan of arty looking images
Made in the camera
Although there are lots of programs for doing “arty”
I enjoy the challenge of doing it myself in-camera
Most often via multiple exposures or camera motion
For comparison, here’s the image straight from the camera
Here’s a multiple exposure (also straight from the camera)
Roll mouse over for 1-of-many possible faux-paintings
Faux was made using the above straight image as a start
Here (in order) are the straight, the multiple, and 4 faux-paintings
I’ll have more to say about arty post-processing programs
I was surprised that the new (to me) one I used today
Seems to have some great “similarities” to
Another program with which I’m familiar
Makes me wonder about the program’s family tree
More to follow
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