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05/18/2020 02:03:20 PM · #26
It took me a while to find out how to do the processing in Photoshop CS5, but with a bit of help from Google, I eventually worked it out.

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Now to find something decent to try it on.
05/18/2020 02:22:23 PM · #27
Originally posted by EntertainMe:

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


Holy cats, that is freaky!
05/18/2020 03:20:07 PM · #28
Originally posted by kirbic:

Originally posted by EntertainMe:

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


Holy cats, that is freaky!

It helps to have some static (sic) elements in the composition to help with the alignment and to compare with the moving parts. These were taken on a tripod maybe 10-15 seconds apart (the clouds were moving fast) so re-alignment was unnecessary -- I just grabbed various channels from the three shots and combined them in a few (not all!) combinations ...
05/18/2020 08:52:31 PM · #29
Paul, your take on it was *exactly* the effect I was imagining when I mentioned moving clouds. The precipitation streamers were the icing on top. They really gave it that "charged-up" look. We've had literally nothing but completely flat gray cloud cover here for days. We've gotten more than 4 inches of rain in the past two and a half days, and it is still raining off and on.
05/19/2020 07:12:40 PM · #30
Handheld series = crude misalignment = possibly interesting effect (mostly at the bottom --- clouds were uncooperative) ...

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05/20/2020 09:10:23 AM · #31
Brings up an interesting possibility - I'll call it the Faux Harris Shutter. Take any single image, apply a slightly different distortion individually to two of the three channels.
05/20/2020 09:48:25 AM · #32
Originally posted by kirbic:

Brings up an interesting possibility - I'll call it the Faux Harris Shutter. Take any single image, apply a slightly different distortion individually to two of the three channels.


Brilliant.

I just did a rushed edit on one of my photos. This was the result:
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05/20/2020 09:49:13 AM · #33
Originally posted by kirbic:

Brings up an interesting possibility - I'll call it the Faux Harris Shutter. Take any single image, apply a slightly different distortion individually to two of the three channels.

You could also just nudge the channels out of alignment.
05/20/2020 11:50:56 AM · #34
Originally posted by GeneralE:

Originally posted by kirbic:

Brings up an interesting possibility - I'll call it the Faux Harris Shutter. Take any single image, apply a slightly different distortion individually to two of the three channels.

You could also just nudge the channels out of alignment.


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Even easier.

I'm starting to think this could work as a challenge after all.

Edit: Out of curiosity, would this pass as standard editing?

Message edited by author 2020-05-20 11:55:39.
05/20/2020 12:58:55 PM · #35
Originally posted by GinaRothfels:

...Out of curiosity, would this pass as standard editing?


Absolutely.
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