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2012-02-15 - HyperSnow by novectors 2012-02-15 - HyperSnow by novectors
a 4-shot "stitched panograph" featuring a "Happy Accident".

...some sort of prismatic effect occurred in the master snaps...

after manually aligning and merging the snaps,
I proceeded to "punch up" the image using
Photoshop's HDR Toning adjustments, plus
a few "tweaks" to the overall "values" of the shot.
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weaveandrust Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
could write a simple poem about said prisms in this beautiful image...

elder boughs in a summit of mist
and the unending benevolence of snow
light




let it snow let it snow let it snow
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novectors Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2012  Professional General Artist
lovely imagery contained in those simple words...

I'd love to spend a moment (or more) wrapped in the sound of those words,
sent aloft by the resonance of a soft voice
giving life to such ideas in the crisp clarity of a winter morning...

this all leads to a sort of mixed-emotional response to my own work, now...
with a few words you've managed to elevate my pic far above its original "station",
while at the same time illuminating the sort of empty, lonesome aspect in naturally contains
(having come from one who feels both keenly and perpetually)...

for the first time, I feel the solitude in the pic, simply through your sharing of thoughts...
I'm not sure I understand the mechanism at work here, but it's intriguing (and a bit unnerving, to be honest)...

I would like to find myself engaged in such exchanges MUCH more often! Many Thanx! :dalove:
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weaveandrust Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
no station, I submit. just the elegant & enduring flux of the different brain and the different eye.
a small but meaningful return on your own original investment in time,skill,and vision. yup, that's it
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novectors Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2012  Professional General Artist
altogether well said... and I agree, this IS a meaningful (and pleasantly unexpected) return on the time spent snapping and stitching the image...

I kinda feel like a Snake-Oil salesman, tho...
I think I've gotten MUCH more out of the transaction than the pic was worth before your comments...
In my mind, it has now acquired a far higher "value", at least for me...
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weaveandrust Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
remember the eye of the beholder (in this case ltitle ol me)- trust that it may detect some legitimate wonders that needed to be revealed to you ! now you can revel in them too. really.

the value was there all along
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novectors Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2012  Professional General Artist
ooo, I like the way you think...!

would I sound greedy (or twisted) if I asked for MORE...?
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weaveandrust Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
well there's often not much quality dialog in these pages so maybe you're understandably ' greedy' for worthwhile/fun feedback. but c'mon, greedy is a strong word- and the twist can be a dance, a slinky,or a licorice whip. licorice is good in moderation.
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novectors Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2012  Professional General Artist
hmmm, an artist using the word "moderation" seems a bit "outré", to me...
as for the rest, just call me paranoid...

it's hell tryna mind my place in a community with SO many wonderful artists
(a seemingly inordinate number of whom just happen to be females around my youngest daughter's age)...

I wish i knew a way to get intellectually "intimate" with one
without the risk of freaking someone out, or thinking of me as a perv of some sort...

my youngest was (on occasion) my only real "muse", and I miss having that quality of input now that she resides a few states away
(as i mentioned before, i do my some of my best work in the presence of other creators)...

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