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Black Ice

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Collection: LensBaby
Camera: Canon EOS-20D
Lens: Lensbaby 3G
Location: Harwich Port, MA
Date: Jan 16, 2009
Aperture: f/2.8
ISO: 100
Shutter: 1/60
Galleries: Lensbaby
Date Uploaded: Jan 16, 2009

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Comments: 11
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"Plastic Wrap" filter added from CS3 artistic effects, don't ask me why I did it but I love it :-)

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01/21/2009 04:19:30 PM
I'm not so sure about the 'wrap' but am loving the black ice, very cool!
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01/20/2009 09:28:10 AM
The "platic wrap" filter is very well named - had to scroll down to read your notes since my first thought was "how did he wrap this in plastic??" And this must be with the Baby pretty head on - very gentle effects.
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01/19/2009 11:22:31 AM
I salute you sir, for your OOB thinking. And, the green reflection of the rope in the water is way cool.
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01/18/2009 08:15:29 PM
Gives the effect of everything being frozen solid and immovable. You could yank all day long on those ropes, but they won't be going anywhere.
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01/18/2009 10:16:53 AM
It looks like you took the scene and put it in one of the vacuum sealers they sell on TV at 4:00 am to preserve things forever, interesting effect.
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01/17/2009 11:12:35 PM
I see jewelery! Those are amethyst chunks inlaid in an onyx pendant, and those are the silk cords that serve as the necklace :-) I think its pretty!
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01/17/2009 06:36:46 PM
i think the plastic wrap process on this is brilliant .. its given it such a watery feeling .. love the shapes and textures .. :)
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01/17/2009 05:10:50 PM
Well, I am a rope and knot guy. It means there may be a boat nearby. My wife once surprised me with saran wrap... but I better not go there since I caught her looking over my shoulder.

I really like this though. The colors of the rope vs. the water and ice. And the soft curves of the rope vs. the more angular shape of the ice and post. Nice study in contrasts.
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01/17/2009 01:42:02 PM
The effect (pp) seems to rule the image here, knocking everyone else out of the way.
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01/17/2009 09:14:32 AM
Very cool composition :)
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01/17/2009 01:13:27 AM
I'm not quite so enthusiastic. But you knew that! On the other hand, the larger line reminded me about splicing, which I learned from my late Dad, so I naturally forgive you for the saran wrap.
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