Hathor Fractal 2nd September 2010

  • E-330
  • Adobe Photoshop CS5 Windows
  • 2010:09:16 23:34:54
  • 0.002 s (1/640) (1/640)
  • f/4.5
  • 100
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Shot Notes

This is a statue of Hathor in Egypt. To process this image I used a new technique I discovered last night. I saw it used with great effect on this image of an Amur Leopard taken by Thomas A. Statas. Like all photographers I have met online he was happy to share the technique. He used a Photoshop Plug-in called Fractalius. The effects are based on extraction of hidden fractal textures. For the artistic types it adds cool lights to your pictures.

5 Responses to “Hathor Fractal”

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    Benz World Blog » Fractal Lizard:

    [...] by doubling the resolution of the image. Normally this would not get you anywhere but then I used Fractalius which effectively redraws the image with new detail. I ran it several times to get the different [...]

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    Benz World Blog » Fractal Hieroglyphics:

    [...] I took an existing stock image which had undergone HDR processing then I used the Photoshop Plugin Fractalius. I took a while for me to locate the Plugin in the first time I used it. Then I realized it only [...]

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    Benz World Blog » The Rings:

    [...] used it to De Saturate and Blur background. Then I inverted the mask and used it to add some subtle fractalius to [...]

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    Benz World Blog » Pyramid Panorama:

    [...] levels layers and in some cases individual channel levels to keep the sky blue. Finally I used a Fractalius layer to add some glow to the [...]

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    Benz World Blog » Red Chevy:

    [...] on the car and de-sat and de-focus background. To add some extra sparkle I also added a subtle Fractalius [...]

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