posted on Sep, 10 2008 @ 04:30 PM
reply to post by Phage
The final picture doesn't "just appear like that" like you said. First, you don't work on the whole photo at once, you break it up into sections.
The photo you blew up was about the same size of my original and was divided up into about 16 equal boxes. It would be impossible to ever come up
with any conclusions if you evaluated the whole picture at once. Very few understand the amount of REAL information there are in these photos. The
real amount of information in one of these photos is astounding.
What I noticed from all these anomaly jpgs that are posted on the net is that, people don't know the real depths of a photo's greyscale,shadows,
shapes, lines, curves, circles, semi lucent objects, and most importantly #D qualities that are in these photos- most of the time they show pictures
with a couple of "edges" of shapes, and try to fit it into what they are fimiliar with and say it's a "house" or something.
I just wanted to add that I don't think there was any creativity that was put into this photo. In fact I know there was no creativity. I would
rather call it - very analytical diligence. You just cant come up with this type of photo, like a fast food burger. I've been doing this for
years-a lot of times even with this city photo, I would just get totally burnt out and would have to leave it alone for a day. There is now way you
can do this at one sitting. No way. And sometimes I would just come up with rocks and part of a natural landscape.
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