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05/11/2020 08:34:59 PM · #1
Standard editing
05/11/2020 08:37:58 PM · #2
Huh - what?!
05/11/2020 09:18:56 PM · #3
I'll need an explantion too. Or a web search.
05/11/2020 09:20:28 PM · #4
Expertphotography.com/how-to-the-harris-shutter-effect/
05/11/2020 09:43:48 PM · #5
Yep, or trusty wiki

The Harris Shutter
05/11/2020 10:48:13 PM · #6
That's a weird thing, that is :-)

How many folks are actually INTERESTED in playing around with this for a challenge? Sound off!
05/11/2020 10:54:21 PM · #7
not.
05/11/2020 11:01:28 PM · #8
Probably not. Definitely not in standard editing.
05/12/2020 12:25:28 AM · #9
No, thanks, apart from the issue with the setup I don't like the results.
05/12/2020 04:24:13 AM · #10
I probably would not bother to submit anything on this challenge
05/12/2020 11:11:18 AM · #11
Originally posted by primabarbara:

I probably would not bother to submit anything on this challenge


+1
05/12/2020 01:51:54 PM · #12
This looks like it might be interesting and fun to try, but it is perhaps better-suited to a side-challenge.
05/12/2020 02:05:51 PM · #13
By definition this can't be standard editing. By choice I'm not at all interested.
05/12/2020 02:51:27 PM · #14
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Something Rene Hipken did before?
(btw, he is the one that introduced me to DPC back in 2003)
05/12/2020 04:08:46 PM · #15
No thanks...
05/12/2020 04:20:36 PM · #16
Originally posted by GeneralE:

This looks like it might be interesting and fun to try, but it is perhaps better-suited to a side-challenge.

Side challenge? Are those even done anymore? Haven't seen one in a while (could have missed it I suppose).
05/12/2020 04:21:40 PM · #17
Some really unusual effects. Must admit, I had never heard of this technique before. FWIW, really simple to do with digital:
- Take three relatively rapid exposures
- Import into Ps as a stack (if shot handheld, can tell Ps to auto-align)
- Change as desired to use one each of the images as the R, G and B channels; unlike the film-based technique, you can choose which image becomes which channel, and change them later if you wish.
05/12/2020 08:42:16 PM · #18
I trust the DPC crowd can get much better results than the examples found on the net, but the crowd has spoken! I will retract my suggestion.
05/12/2020 09:25:44 PM · #19
Originally posted by EntertainMe:

I trust the DPC crowd can get much better results than the examples found on the net, but the crowd has spoken! I will retract my suggestion.

No need to RETRACT it :-) Someone (you) should start a side challenge to get folks interested; THAT might generate more interest as more people gave it a try out of sheer need-to-do-something-today-ness... The advantage of a side challenge for a strange technique is folks can experiment on the technique without worrying if their results are "artistically" worthwhile, thereby gaining facility with said technique in case the challenge ever does show up, which it might :-) You never know :-)
05/12/2020 10:47:51 PM · #20
Originally posted by Bear_Music:

Originally posted by EntertainMe:

I trust the DPC crowd can get much better results than the examples found on the net, but the crowd has spoken! I will retract my suggestion.

No need to RETRACT it :-) Someone (you) should start a side challenge to get folks interested; THAT might generate more interest as more people gave it a try out of sheer need-to-do-something-today-ness...

You rang?

I found the effect to be surprisingly subtle ... I've been unable to take a decent picture of my neighbor's young red maple tree because the slightest wind current makes its leaves flutter wildly; I figured that was an advantage in this case.

I took three quick handheld snaps, crudely aligned them, and arbitrarily snagged one channel from each to make the composite. I've posted the resized base image, resized composite, cropped, resized and sharpened composite, and a composite with tone curve and saturation "enhancements".[
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Message edited by author 2020-05-12 22:48:37.
05/13/2020 02:20:05 PM · #21
Originally posted by GeneralE:

Originally posted by Bear_Music:

Originally posted by EntertainMe:

I trust the DPC crowd can get much better results than the examples found on the net, but the crowd has spoken! I will retract my suggestion.

No need to RETRACT it :-) Someone (you) should start a side challenge to get folks interested; THAT might generate more interest as more people gave it a try out of sheer need-to-do-something-today-ness...

You rang?

I found the effect to be surprisingly subtle ...


There ya go! Easy peasy, and the effect is unusual and artistic. Wonder what it would do for moving clouds?

05/13/2020 05:19:01 PM · #22
Originally posted by GeneralE:

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Very cool, but... it makes me think that it's a 3D image and I don't have the 3D glasses.
05/13/2020 07:02:53 PM · #23
Originally posted by Lydia:

Originally posted by GeneralE:

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Very cool, but... it makes me think that it's a 3D image and I don't have the 3D glasses.

I'm pretty sure this is related to the way they make 3D images -- I have some of the glasses somewhere; I'll try and check it out.
05/18/2020 12:58:37 PM · #24
Originally posted by kirbic:

There ya go! Easy peasy, and the effect is unusual and artistic. Wonder what it would do for moving clouds?

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05/18/2020 01:07:25 PM · #25
Originally posted by GeneralE:

Originally posted by kirbic:

There ya go! Easy peasy, and the effect is unusual and artistic. Wonder what it would do for moving clouds?

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Cool! It feels like the clouds are charged from the power lines.
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