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    I've heard that one blurry picture is a mistake and three are a 'style' . These where shot before I realized that I still had my ND filter on.
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    a couple renders in PostWorkShop
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      Why did the ND filter cause the blurring???

      I used to use one on a lens that would not stop down for the film I was using. Needed F 22 but the lens was F 16.

      Interesting effect though.

      SC

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        You may indeed be onto something here Nancy. Thanks for sharing; enjoyed the play.

        http://img844.imageshack.us/img844/1...243dappino.jpg
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          Originally posted by Nasturtium View Post
          I've heard that one blurry picture is a mistake and three are a 'style' . These where shot before I realized that I still had my ND filter on.
          I've done the same thing with pictures and after the period of grief (where I realized I'd lost the shots), then turned those same shots into art. It think it is great that someone finally posted these types of pictures for painting. They make terrific subjects. Way to go!

          Janet

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            Steve - it slowed the shutter speed down to where a handheld shot would be blurred
            Lyle - cool!
            Janet - I had deleted them from Lightroom but then started thinking about them and so revived them and started playing

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              wasn't getting anywhere with PWS on this one so I loaded into FF and used an old setting called 'filter glass'
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                Thanks! It was a challenging exercise...
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                  Great images to work on. I enjoy the versions that have been posted so far. Thanks for sharing the photos.

                  Just a bit of posterizing and pixelating.

                  Fran
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                    Veronica-I really like the textures and text you used - that was very clever
                    Fran-that's a beautifully done 'graphic' interpretation

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                      Playing with PwS Pro again; this time French-Belgium style.
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                        Lyle- that's neat. I wish I understood 'objects', nodes, layers and the bit map painting function in PWS better. I think it would improve my workflow.

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                          [QUOTE=Nasturtium;316031]Steve - it slowed the shutter speed down to where a handheld shot would be blurred

                          OK, we're on the same page now. I used the ND filter while shooting 16mm film and this was not a problem used this way.

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                            Thanks for the play Nancy!
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                              OlBaldy - those are VERY cool

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