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Tuesday, October 5, 2010

Just WOW in Blue and White

 

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Just one picture today. You really should click and choose view image to see it full size. I was amazed to get this image. Take a guess how I did it.



16 comments:

Jean said...

You do like to make us use our brains!:)
Did you use the choice of "color" feature on your camera?
What a very cool image!

Duxbury Ramblers said...

Can't even guess - but it is different, all that I keep thinking about as I look at it are Bluebell Woods.

Thess said...

wow!!! Nice photo. Something I can only see in a postcard.

John | Daily Photo said...

Hmmm... you could probably get this effect with Gimp or a setting on your camera, but I don't think you used those.

My guess is the scene is reflected in something blue, e.g. a car with blue metallic paintwork :-)

Glynis said...

Paint or photoshop? Certainly a wow!

rainfield61 said...

You have done a good job. I would like to know the trick.

RNSANE said...

It's really stunning, Shark - I'm not sure what you used to achieve it other than your brilliant sense of photography.

Russ said...

I have no idea. I am a point and click person. John sounds like he might be right.

Khaye said...

Woah!!! I'm impressed!!! Super beautiful! I don't wanna squeeze my mind thinking about how you did it.. Haha... Do you mind breaking the secret?! I'm super curious!

Loretta said...

hmmm....don't really have a clue, but will guess that you took it through the window with the blue curtains? :)

Secondary Roads said...

You used a graphics program to create a negative image of the original. The result is more interesting than the original, which was a fine picture.

Ann said...

It is really pretty. It's amazing what an inverted image can look like. My cell phone actually has an option to take pictures like that.

Poetic Shutterbug said...

It's gorgeous and I'm assuming you used a Winter setting on your camera? Just a guess but whatever you did it worked.

kwattro said...

that a great shot shark. please share the secret :)

spinninglovelydays said...

It looks like a winter postcard. You have a gift for words too, so you could easily come up with verses to go with it. You could sell it to Hallmark or even come up with your own line of greeting cards/posters...:)

Sharkbytes said...

To all of you who guessed- I'm so glad that you had fun with this. I've revealed the answer in today's post. It's so simple! I was just fooling around.

Ivy- ha! just what I need is yet another money-making scheme that doesn't work. I've decided to stick with writing (for now at least). But thanks for the vote of confidence.

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