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Ice Cold

Ice Cold
Copyright ©2005, Loren Lewis
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One flake of frost isolated on glass

Photographer: Loren Lewis
Folder: Loren's Photos
Uploaded: 19-Feb-2005 03:37 CET
Current Rating: 7.17/6
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Camera: Olympus C5050
Exposure time: 1/25
Aperture: F8
Focal length: 21.3
Focusing method: Spot
ISO: 64
White balance: Auto
Flash: no
Image format: SHQ
Processing applied: PSP9, selected/separated this crystal from the others, cloned some dirt spots on the glass, clarify, resize.
Image resized to: 768x1024

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Amazing effort

on your part Loren. Thank you for the process. Hard to imagine doing that, but the fruit is for all us to see. Very creative.

Gary Hebert at 07:10 CET on 19-Feb-2005 [Reply]


Very nice!

Steve Clark at 20:12 CET on 21-Feb-2005 [Reply]

Beautiful & Creative

This really is a beautiful and creative piece of work, seems like a feathery stuff floating in the mist of nowhere, your eye's for seeing the unusual put's the lens of the camera to test. Good job.

Kerland Elder at 03:24 CET on 22-Feb-2005 [Reply]


The pic is really awesome..kudos for that

please share how did u manage to isolate a single ice fractal and maintain its shape?


anil yonehs at 06:32 CET on 23-Feb-2005 [Reply]

Ice Cold

Thank you all for your comments. There was a lot of frost on the window, but this particular crystal was almost completely alone. It was shot in macro mode, backlit by a sunny sky which added blue to both the fractal and the background. I turned the blue background black in PSP, and used the clone tool 'very' carefully.

Loren Lewis at 13:21 CET on 23-Feb-2005 [Reply]

Ice Cold

Unusual and difficult subject, great shot.

Phil Battersby at 21:44 CEST on 19-May-2005 [Reply]