Monday, 15 April 2013

Digital Distortion

Over the Easter holidays, I visited Orlando, Florida, and I decided that with the photographs that I took, it would be interesting to use Photoshop/Gimp to distort them to see how they turned out. I tried lots of different experiments, such as the LOMO effect of gimp, as well as changing colours and adding light orbs to distort them. I personally really like the middle one, as it is the most distorted and makes the viewer wonder about what the photograph could be of (Hogsmeade Village). The photographs above were taken at The Wizarding World Of Harry Potter at Universal.

For the above photograph, taken at the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World, I experimented with the lomography effect of gimp, as well as adding a slight neon outline, which you can see if you look closely, especially at the Magic Kingdom itself, as well as the statue of Walt and Mickey.
This photograph above was taken at SeaWorld, and I didn't do much to this when editing, but if you look close up, you can see a slight mosaic effect. 

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