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Old 04-15-2012, 12:54 PM
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Droste Effect

I seem to remember some members displaying manips they did using the Droste Effect. I've never tried it until this morning. It's a little tricky to do effectively. I'm still working on it.
This one is far from perfect, but I'm starting to get the hang of it.
I also added a grunge effect to it



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Old 04-15-2012, 07:49 PM
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Re: Droste Effect

That is a little freaky, Terry.
Is there software that you use to do this?
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Old 04-16-2012, 03:56 PM
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Re: Droste Effect

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That is a little freaky, Terry.
Is there software that you use to do this?
Yes it is freaky!

I found some freeware for the effect but haven't played much with it yet.

http://photospiralysis.software.informer.com/1.1/
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Re: Droste Effect

You're right, it is freaky and a little creepy, so my wife says.
This is less creepy, using the same effect.
BTW, I used the tutorial here:
http://digital-photography-school.co...-droste-effect
There is software involved, but it is free.

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Re: Droste Effect

I like that one better Terry.
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Re: Droste Effect

Much better Terry. I found the software you referenced earlier but it will not work on CS2 so no luck with it.

However there is a way to do it the hard way I am thinking with layers and transform tool sizing.
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Old 04-23-2012, 02:38 PM
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Re: Droste Effect

Here is one I made of my son-in-law with the freeware I linked above. Took some playing. Not as good as Terry's but not bad. You really need the right image for this.

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Re: Droste Effect

Weird Rich, Very Weird!
Yes, you do need the right image for it to be effective. It does take some playing around.
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Re: Droste Effect

No time to play with this right now, but thanx for the links, I may play later.....
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