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  1. #1
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    Comic Pictures

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    Re: Comic Pictures

    How did you achieve that look?
    Never say never, Because never comes too soon.

  3. #3
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    Re: Comic Pictures

    Quote Originally Posted by ryan20fun View Post
    How did you achieve that look?
    I can do it all day long with every. picture, as long as it's taken with my Sony A7. It's a built in feature that I play around with once in a while. I swear the woman looks so close to the real life woman, that the software Sony uses in their cameras is scary. It's that accurate.
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    Re: Comic Pictures

    Quote Originally Posted by ryan20fun View Post
    How did you achieve that look?
    The technique is called "Posterization".

    It's accomplished by reducing the number of tonal gradations from hundreds (or thousands) in a digital image to something like three or four.

    This can happen "accidentally" in your photos and it looks bad but, you can use the process creatively to create a specific aesthetic like you're seeing here.

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    Re: Comic Pictures

    Comic Pictures
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    Re: Comic Pictures

    Comic Pictures
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  7. #7
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    Re: Comic Pictures

    you should take a pic of me, it will improve my looks. lol
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    Re: Comic Pictures

    Quote Originally Posted by Roy1961 View Post
    you should take a pic of me, it will improve my looks. lol
    yes...but you live in California....where facelifts and other lifts are commonplace....I would say ask Michael Jackson, but he overdid it.
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    Re: Comic Pictures

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    done with picasa 3, the software is free.
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