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Pale Blue -Pale Red and Orange Tri-Pinhole Pictures

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Well, this was a further attempt to create colorful pictures out of otherwise

boring whitish flowers.  The effect of Yellow filter was not strong enough on

the last post, so that, on here I’ve put Orange instead. 

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So, white cosmos was tinted with Sky, Pink and Orange ( not so apparent).

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Then it was a riot of color Sir !

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The flower’s own color such as yellow or pink was retained more or less as it was.

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With slight adjustment of White balance, the effect of blue became predominant.

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And to have some exercise.

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I think, an attempt to have colors out of white was worked — at least.


PS : Somebody asked me “What Digital Filter / Effect was used to create

those overwhelming reddish color ? ” —– I answered him “In my policy, I don’t

use PS kind of digital manipulation.   I use Picasa to file, which came free with Google.  

So that the photo above were just tinkered (brighten, darken, clopped) by Picasa, still

brighten and darken the same picture repeatedly, the contrast of the picture increases,

in other words, the color would be strongly saturated.   Since the picture having red

element because of the pink and orange filter, they came out quite strongly.  

Reason why the reddish color tend to be in the left hand side was, that’s because

on the three pinhole positions, pink was upper side, orange was left

and blue was right bottom.   (I should make them rotatable.  🙂 )


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  1. elenacaravela said, on October 16, 2014 at 12:13

    There’s an idea, rotatable!

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