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Rye and I are sharing the honours this week following a double tie break  so .... You have the choice  of themes this week,and as a special treat  you can enter  one picture from each theme if you want to !!  :yes

1)  A Manipulated  image. where post production has changed the original image from  the camera  or .

2)  Intentional Camera Movement  whereby the image is produced by intentional moving the camera at the point of capture .to produce  something either  abstract or  distinguishable .  It's up to you .. For those unfamiliar with this  type of photography  here are a couple of links  to help..

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Intentional_camera_movemen

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5zYg0Pjlows

 

 Usual rules apply .. An image can be taken from your archives if you prefer,  as long as it has not appeared on TIPF  in the past  

Entries close at midnight on Friday 31st May  at which point Voting will open until midnight  on Friday 7th June . You will still only be able to vote for one entry .

 Good Luck everyone .....let's see a bumper number of entries   this week when you have two choices of themes  to be judged altogether   . 

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OK not sure if this works but what the heck tried to shoehorn both ideas into one shot.
I took this when we had ICM as a theme in the 52 challenge and didn't use it. When Clicker tipped us off what this weeks double theme was I picked a Topaz Tweak and rotated the image thought it had a look of frayed fabric.
It is actually the back garden trees, fence, grass, wall, grass.

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Reminds me of the Cottingley Fairies photographs taken in 1917 by 16-year-old Elsie Wright and her nine-year-old cousin Frances Griffiths, they sold recently for around £50,000

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ICM - taken today at the weir on the River Calder at Whalley..

If you've never tried this type of photography before the settings were Manual Mode, 1/10th sec, f22 iso 100, it was taken hand held but corrected to make the horizon straight

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OK here goes, an uncertain step into the murky world of Photoshop. This is a watercolour effect applied to a shot I took at Wenlock Abbey, this week

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Wow Korks...can't compete with that ! :)

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The Interdimensional Portal.

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I hope this qualifies as only the front standard is actually moved.

A 5x4 pinhole image, 8 minute total exposure, moving from about 200mm effective focal length down to about 100mm, shifting by 1/2 turn of the focussing knob every 20s. Sometimes Fomapan's notoriously bad reciprocity failure is useful--I don't think I could have done this one with the metered 30-45s exposure.

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That's brilliant James ... love it ...

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Trees Triptych

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Manipulated to look like ICM!

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Ahhh, sneaky Gareth....

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Not something I am very good at, so you have a 'token effort':

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A potty abstract..... manilpulated from a photo of an aerial view of three terracotta pots . 

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My ICM  garden...

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I have 3 images to choose from and I just didn't know which one to enter. 1 is an image of my mum, smoking a cigarette to which I applied a 'dragan effect' in photoshop with the help of a you tube tutorial. It makes her look really old and accentuates all her features. The other is an image from my office window, to which I applied a 'tilt shift' effect to make it look like a miniature model. It was features in a photography magazine. The 3rd is a camera movement one, and I'm thinking this is the best one to enter so here it is......

 

Into The Vortex - Taken from the back carriage window of the Tyne and Wear Metro. This is the sunset between the trees and I turned the camera (from portrait to landscape) whilst shutter was down. I think it was taken on my mobile.

 

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Manipulation - Van Gogh Blue

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Well looks like we're closed for entries. Poll coming soon.

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Aw man, didnt realise I could enter 2! Darn it.

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Well looks we have a very clear winner. So congrats Korky and over to you for the next challenge.

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Well done, Korky!

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Well done Korky brilliant manipulation of a shot.

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An excellent example of image manipulation... showcasing  some of the skills and patience required to be both creative  and innovative  with digital photography..  right up my street .., well done Korks.

 

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Thank you for all the 'likes' and votes, chums. They really are appreciated.

A new theme will be along very soon - just back from a trip to Y*rkshire and have a few things to do first.

Korky

Theme now set to 'Hot or Cold' ---- Thanks, Rye!

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