Leaf-Tych. For PCA "X-Tych."

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    I'd taken this shot for another assignment and really liked the patterns the leaves made against the sky. My daughter is a huge fan of watching me edit my shots and really likes it when I change the colors. So here's a little dedication to her, for encouraging me to try things I never would have considered. The color changes are on the top, with their inverses on the bottom.

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    1. mags_Tag 8 months ago | reply

      great work. I really like that the bottom two are darker and heavier and then the upper have light backgrounds. Excellent processing. very crisp and graphically strong

    2. david-carroll 8 months ago | reply

      A very striking design. So does any of the images have the original colour?

    3. KristiDS 8 months ago | reply

      Here's the original

      Fresh Air. For Assignment52 "Art of Seeing."

    4. ale_guy 8 months ago | reply

      Wow! You really transformed the original photo into a powerful new image. Like , the darker bottom and lighter top frames make me think of land and sky with a horizon between.

    5. Parsleycat 8 months ago | reply

      absolutely amazing artistic rendering of a simple photo! I saw the thumbnail and was taken by the colors and strong lines you created in your post processing!

    6. Promise's Mom 8 months ago | reply

      How very unique and creative. From the borders and background you chose to taking the same picture and playing with it to create a lovely abstract. Your backgrounds and colours and the diagonal-ization (is that a word?) effect you created turned out fantastically. My only totally minor critique is that on the bottom left panel, some of the leaves seem blown out and have very little definition which doesn't seem as obvious on the bottom right in the pink.

    7. wiens5 7 months ago | reply

      Very creative, artistic and abstract. A real piece of art.

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