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MargaretNet


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Date Uploaded: Mar 2, 2019

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03/09/2019 09:23:18 AM
I love the effect. I'm torn over whether I agree with other commenters that it should be applied selectively.
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03/04/2019 11:27:45 AM
I like how it looks more and more like a drawing the farther "into" the picture you look.

If you like the effect, it's not hard to create your own PS actions, even if you want to include options to change settings in the middle of the process. Feel free to PM me with specific questions.
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03/03/2019 10:58:44 AM
The layered exposures evoke the sense of a bad dream or a premontion of something being out of whack. It conveys surprising emotion to me. I, too, would be curious to see some experimentation with masks to isolate areas minus the effect. Very interesting image!
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03/02/2019 07:11:57 PM
I LOVE THIS .. !! ..
i feel like i'm walking behind this guy .. and the bouncy movement i'm making when walking is creating some very interesting overlay effects .. i have almost 'merged' out of my own body ..
absolutely loved the link about thomasvanoost's/perpetual motion .. i'm going to be inspired by his images and yours ..
and you said you didnt think you'd have a half decent image by the end of March .. lol .. i beg to differ .. and at the beginning .. :)
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03/02/2019 05:30:17 PM
You're off to a good start. I'm no expert at this type of work, but you might try a very slow shutter to introduce blur.
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03/02/2019 11:51:16 AM
This effect, in my opinion, is very successful with the man and less so with his environs. If you keep going in this direction I'm sure you'll find your stride. It's inspirational to see people stretching their vision.
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03/02/2019 11:28:44 AM
You might want to use this effect selectively, not on the entire image. That's to me the beauty of photoshop. The bikes and ground are very nice, not so the archway and the rest
I always thought that you use PS, so kudos to you
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03/02/2019 10:38:45 AM
I like the tunnel effect in this, the layers give it an interesting twist.
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03/02/2019 08:32:32 AM
Makes me dizzy. I've never had much luck with multiple exposures so I'm probably not much help. ' . substr('https://www.dpchallenge.com/images/user_icon/user_id/19825.gif', strrpos('https://www.dpchallenge.com/images/user_icon/user_id/19825.gif', '/') + 1) . ' markwiley has posted some lovely images, using this method, that you might find interesting.
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03/02/2019 07:20:12 AM
Your layers have created some lovely polished concrete, in fact the whole picture seems polished.
Iíve never had the patience to get into photoshop so hats off to ya, this also means Iíll be of no use in advising you, but never mind, keep em coming.
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