Wednesday, January 17, 2007

Playing with Abstract Expressions, No. 2

These days between uncooperative weather and my schedule being filled with other responsibilities and joys I haven't gotten out to do much hiking. But here's some more of my playing with abstract expressions. The original photo from which these designs all came from is at the bottom.








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18 comments:

Anonymous said...

Wow! It is so neat how you can do all that with the last picture! I like going back to the abstracts and picking out which pieces you used to create it from the original.

Anonymous said...

Now that's impressive. How did you do that. I love them all.

M(urf)! said...

I like 07ruins5 the best and I wouldn't have guessed that to be the original picture. Don't worry, Tim. While you are busy experiencing joy, I'll take over the post of hiking pictures. ;-)

San Nakji said...

I am a sucker for an old house. I like the original. The kalidescopes are making me seasick ;)

Cergie said...

That's amazing, the picture I prefer is the original one at the bottom
It is so neat, i like the braun branches and the white house at the top of them

Ash said...

Very cool photos Tim!

Ginnie said...

It is definitely amazing what can come out of that one photo! Well done, Tim.

sage said...

You need to teach a class on how to do this! Neat work!

Anonymous said...

those are so cool. And it's a very nice house:)

Anonymous said...

I have installed, and uninstalled, installed and finally uninstalled it..... my corel photo program.....things just seemed to happen....like it would freeze up etc.....I do love your picture and it was a lot of fun.....

Tim Rice said...

Thanks, deals on wheels. I have a lot of fun doing it. Witht right program, it's not too hard to do. :)

Thanks, photowannabe. I used the kaleidoscope function of Corel Paint Shop Pro Photo XI.

Thanks, murf. You just keep doing that! :)

Thanks, san nakji. I'm glad you like the boarded up old house. While I was there, one couple told me if they had the money they would like to change it into a bed and breakfast.

Thanks, cergie. Glad you enjoyed it.

Thanks, ash. Playing with photos is one way I sometimes relax.

Thanks, ginnie. Anyone can do it with the right program. :)

Thanks, sage. With Corel Paint Shop Pro Photo XI, you would have no problem doing it.

Thanks, choochoo. Glad you enjoyed my work. :)

Hi, judypatooote. I'm so sorry you have had such problems.

Joel Reynolds said...

Wow that's amazing, man!
Such a cool idea. Way to go!

Anonymous said...

wow!!! how does one do that ...????? i mean i cud not have guessed the source of all those abstract versions even in my wildest dreams !!!

and hey, wish u a happy new year...i know its a trifle late but jan's not done with yet..so its not like past the deadline :)
was missing from blogscene for some time now.....

just had a look at all ur hiking pics.......u sure are an outdoor person...:)thanx for bringing it all to us

Anonymous said...

They look Fantastic

Anonymous said...

Fun stuff! I like the 4th one down best because you can see the window repeated over and over.

Tim Rice said...

Thanks, joel reynolds. I had fun doing it!

Thanks, moi. Glad you enjoyed them! I wish you a happy New Year, too!

Thanks, kim's life. Glad I could provide you the pleasure!

Thanks, faye pekas. It is neat to hear people's favorites.

Anonymous said...

This is absolutely amazing; I am stunned by what you did to that old house !
Greetings from Sydney!
(came here through Cergie's blog)

Tim Rice said...

Thanks, nathalie. It is fun to work with photos and see what transformations one can make with the right tools. :)