Puzzle 65: Division: figures all wrong - From New Scientist #1116, 17th August 1978 [link] In the following, obviously incorrect, division sum the pattern is correct, but every single figure is wr...
Thursday, June 28, 2007
Playing with photos in Painter
On flickr there is a group called Noise and Dust Through The Viewfinder - on it I found the overlay I've used here by Nesster
The idea is to fake what one sees through the viewfinder of a camera.
However I also played with multiple exposures of the same subject as I thought that this was the ideal place to use the HDR effect. Most people use either specialist software or photoshop to create this type of image - as I haven't got either I'm having a go imitating it in Corel Painter IX.5 and not getting close but loving the effects anyway!
HDR is intended to create an image that is more like what sees than what the camera sees but mine are coming out a good deal less real.
Here are some more:
How real is your life?