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    Because of the way I did the alpha blending it is a little hard to tell that this is a droste effect image, but it is.

    Lynn (Gracie's mom), and 16 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. dmswart 88 months ago | reply

      Big fan of hands: good stuff.

    2. Sam Rohn - 360° Photography 88 months ago | reply

      nice one - good to see people stretching out a bit with this technique...

    3. Cédric Thual 88 months ago | reply

      Yes, great idea ! :o)

    4. Lynn (Gracie's mom) 88 months ago | reply

      You sure can. ;) What is Droste effect? Love it.

    5. Lynn (Gracie's mom) 88 months ago | reply

      Ohhhhh, ok. Got it. I remember the twisted eyeball pic. That one gave me the creeps. But I love this one and the cover one for the set - the guy and his teeth. These are very fascinating. Keep up the good work. Wish I could GIMP, but I think it's prolly a little complex for me.

    6. Vida Morkunas (seawallrunner) 84 months ago | reply

      this is cool, although the ring is a bit distracting. what a great effect! seamless too

    7. Jaaziel Espinosa 73 months ago | reply

      Un avismo llama a otro avismo!......

    8. mega2012 67 months ago | reply

      good job and interesting
      but what is that mean during u do this what u looking before u do this
      bcs i like to do this way

    9. KrisLissimore 60 months ago | reply

      Amazing Shot... Love these Photos

    10. space time cocktail 49 months ago | reply

      wow! unusual subject for drosting, but very effective :)

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