Belinda Hudnall Keller  


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February 2021 - Time

February 2021 - Belinda Hudnall Keller

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About the Image(s)

The original image of the watch (see thumbnail image) was taken a few years ago with my Lumix, and it was shared/critiqued with this group. I used it when learning the Mirror Lab app. The abstract (final) result is just one example of many things you can do with the app.
In Mirror Lab, I used the Ice Cubes setting. I adjusted the photo and then the settings to create the melting look. The adjustments are easy and done on the touchscreen with finger movements and/or sliders. I adjusted the white balance in Snapseed for a cooler, glassy look.
It might not be your thing, but the apps are exciting to me. I use them often on phone and regular camera images. I love the creativity.

Original image (thumbnail):
Panasonic Lumix G1

Final image:
Mirror Lab, Ice Cubes: reduced the number of cubes and adjusted the photo to create a melt appearance
Snapseed: White balance adjusted for cooler look


6 comments posted




Anges van der Logt   Anges van der Logt
This is a very creative image, and I think the object suits this creative scene very well. I like how somehow the image seems to comply to the rule of thirds/golden ratio too. Well done!   Posted: 02/08/2021 22:02:49



Jose Cartas   Jose Cartas
As you said, this is not for everyone, and I don't think that I would go in this direction. Having said that, I must admit that the final result is very intriguing and makes the viewer look carefully and explore the image. At first, I thought of an object distorted by glass bricks. What's interesting is that anyone of the 15 squares renders a different image, but that they all contribute to a harmonious picture. The tones are the right ones.   Posted: 02/10/2021 21:31:36



Tony Au Yeong   Tony Au Yeong
Your soft ware Mirror Lab works fantastic. The image reminds me of the melting clock of Dali. A very creative image. Lovely!   Posted: 02/12/2021 09:54:05



Mervyn Hurwitz   Mervyn Hurwitz
I agree with the other comments that you have created something quite interesting. However, it is not something that I would ever try, as I don't consider myself creative enough.   Posted: 02/12/2021 12:44:49



Bob Benson   Bob Benson
The final composition works very well. The triangular parts of the watch in the end corners add to the flow. (Without them, the flow would be abrupt}. From the original, have you also tried warping the watch?   Posted: 02/17/2021 11:14:33
Belinda Hudnall Keller   Belinda Hudnall Keller
An unedited, fast warped version. You can go in all directions with the warp feature, as with the others, for some wild images. You can repeat, add different, multiple features... I never have a plan, I just try things.   Posted: 02/18/2021 10:04:35
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