A Dutch Afternoon

by Tsoi Wilson

a dutch afternoon seeking critique tsoi wilson

Gallery: Manipulation Fun

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Published: Wednesday 30th of June 2004 02:11:02 AM


Ken Beilman
Wilson My first reaction was a laugh. And the reason for that is this is more of the sort of thing you have recently been doing. Looks like a street set adrift in the middle of a body of water. Very clever and creative.

Wilson Tsoi
Thank you all for commenting. Here's the original. I've been searching for my own method, style, perpective, etc. to goose up ordinary images with minimal PS work, but yet yield a painterly appearance, fun, and most of all, put a smile on a viewer's face. ^_^

Francesco Martini
????..sea..or..sky???...very original idea!!!!!

Pawel Stradowski
Wilson Very well done and very original! Cheers

Nabil Majid
I can imaging the original scene to be relaxing and warm. I don't think replacing the background with water does the trick... Regards.

Marc Aubry
Really a fantastic image. Thank you !

Michele Berti
I like the idea. Very smart!

Henri Manguy
Very interesting work. I like all sorts of attempts to transform the reality into dreamlike images.

David McCracken
Atlantis perhaps! Fun image Wilson! However, I feel your talent with the camera is best viewed raw! That said, we all need diversions some times!

Wilson Tsoi
Thank you all for taking the time and kind comments. Nabil, no need to imagine, please scroll up to see the original capture. Thanks ^_^

Howard Dion
"Oh my, oh my, the sky has turned to water," she cried before falling into the rabbit hole. "No, no, replied the rabbit. You got it all wrong. The sky was always water. It is the ground that?is the problem."

Tim Nichols
It looks great! But it makes me dizzy while trying to make sense of it. Maybe the ripples above the house could be smaller than those below to use perspective.

Dave Grabarczyk
Color is great..I'd like to see what kind of sky was in the original pic

Wilson Tsoi
Another One from the Netherlands, Works? Would appreciate your feedback on this mild PS work. What works, what doesn't? Thanks.

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