MAY 15, 2008 – Painterly Effects: (Print)

“Photos should be shot in a manner or manipulated after capture to give a final image that has the attributes and style of a painting. Possible effects include shapes that are not sharply defined, colors that are simplified or exaggerated, and/or lines and textures that simulate brush or stylus strokes. The photographer’s impressionistic interpretation of the subject is encouraged.”

Judge: Russ Borud

Awards in the Topic Category:

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Awards in the Open Category:

Monochrome:
Conservatory Garden -- Cynthia Fleury 10/10

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