I am expanding the scope of the Photo Impressionism Project to include a discussion concerning photo impressionistic techniques. The project is called “The Lab” and am opening it up to all photo impressionists who are interested in sharing “how I did this”. The idea is to create a discussion; what works and what you might say… not so much.
interested? Drop me a line at https://photoimpressionism.ca/contact/
Till then you might enjoy my blog post explaining how I create in the round images.
What I Have Learned: “In The Round Images” – Stephen D’Agostino Photography.
4 thoughts on “How I did this: “In The Round Images””
Love this picture – Bravo
Thanks sharing. I love this and I tried too
Really nicely done. Congrats on that.
Did you notice that by changing the number of photos you stack the resulting image can change dramatically. Personally I tend to like using more than less. But in a recent series on trees in fall colour I found a more painterly effect in the 10 image range. Take a look at https://www.flickr.com/photos/photo-impressionism/ for examples.
By the way carousels are a classic subject for this technique. Check out http://www.pepventosa.com/gallery.html?folio=the%20photographs&gallery=In%20the%20Round%20-%20Carousels
Thanks a lot Stephen. Your pics and PEP’s are just wonderful.
Yes I saw the number of images is important. I may think it’s quite interesting to shoot a lot and select only the one that gives the good final picture.