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The Orton Effect on a Motherboard
The Orton Effect on a Motherboard

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Challenge: Macro Without Bugs or Flowers II (Advanced Editing VII)
Collection: Voting Challenges
Camera: Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ3
Location: natural light
Date: Apr 20, 2008
Aperture: 3.3
ISO: 200
Shutter: 15
Galleries: Abstract, Macro
Date Uploaded: Apr 20, 2008

[url=//www.naturephotographers.net/articles0106/dw0106-1.html] is where I got my information. Curiously, he used the technique of sandwiching slides together -- one in focus, one not -- much more controllable in CS3. Not sure if using Gaussian Blur would be considered a violation of this rule "You may NOT use distortions to create new effects or radically alter objects." Is Gaussian Blur a distortion? "D

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Votes: 158
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
04/21/2008 05:27:29 PM
Att his risk of being thick - What's the Orton effect?
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04/21/2008 01:42:11 PM
Soft focus certainly gives it a mysterious look.
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