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    Fun with Photoshop Filters

    During this "lockdown" it's a struggle to find interesting things to do in order to stave off cabin fever. I stumbled on to this idea by watching You Tube that involves the Pixelate, Radial Blur and Twirl filters in Photoshop. You can begin with any base image. I find it especially fascinating as the results are so different and unpredictable each time.







    What do you think? Is it cool or just too crazy to be of interest?

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    Overall, I like the images. I would say I think there could be some fun uses for it. Say, doing something fun with a young kids image where they face is in focus but then their hair or arms get crazy. For more "art" like images, perhaps blending layers of a landscape then something like this above or below it.

    Not sure, but definitely some interesting stuff.

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    i think those are awesome bud!

    i've tried doing different things with my pictures as well, here's one from a few years back

    i just messed with the glowing edges tool

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    Thanks .... the dog image is really cool .... I like the eyes.

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    It looks like you are a real professional and have done a great job on this site! I'm delighted, because you collected almost all the necessary information about professional photography.

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    I agree, the dog's eyes turned out to be very extraordinary!!!

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    thanks a lot Joel & Bill!
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